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Biological Machines Trends

Abstract

The report illustrates about the recent advances in the engineering technology assisting in the development of biological machines with mechanical and electrical sensors. "Biological machines (also known as a cellular system) can be defined as cellular devices designed to carry out certain functions such as sensing, protein expression, transport, information processing and actuation, inside a micro-environment." In addition, the report also details about the development of visual systems and retinal implants, cortical implants, auditory systems, and alternate technical approaches.

Code: 141044
Price: $950
Companies : -
Pages: 5
Date: January, 2014
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Introduction......1
Research History......1
Sensory Systems - Access to the World......2
Visual System and Retinal Implants......2
Subretinal Implants......2
Epiretinal Implants......2
Cortical Implants......3
Auditory System......3
Cochlear Implant......3
Alternate Technical Approaches......4
Nanotube Electrodes......4
Wireless Implant Approaches......4
Directed Neural Growth......4
University of Illinois Develops Bio-Bot......5
Scientists Develop Biological Machines from Yeast......5
NSF Grants $25 Million for Developing Complex Biological Systems......5