News


1. 5/9/2016- Penn Medicine in the News, "Next-Gen Electrodes: Proof-of-Concept Animal Study Shows that Flexible, Dissolvable Silicon Electronic Device Holds Promise for Brain Monitoring"

 2. 2/26/2016- Epilepsy Foundation

3. 12/17/15- PennNews, "Penn Researchers Use Network Science to Help Pinpoint Source of Seizures"

4.  12/07/15- EurekAlert!, "AES awards Penn's Brian Litt, M.D., its 2015 Research Recognition Award for Clinical Science"

5.   11/13/14- Nanowerk, “Graphene electrodes for simultaneous electrophysiology and neuroimaging”

6.  10/20/14- News & Publications, Perelman School of Medicine/University of Pennsylvania Health System, “See-Through, One-Atom-Thick, Carbon Electrodes are a Powerful Tool for Studying Epilepsy, Other Brain Disorders, Penn Study Finds”

7. 07/28/14 News & Publications, Perelman School of Medicine/University of Pennsylvania Health System, “Competition Seeks Experts in Science and Machine Learning to Predict and Detect Seizures”

8. 11/18/11– MIT Technology Review, “An Ultrathin Brain Implant Monitors Seizures”

9. 11/16/11– International Business Times, “Flexible Silicon Implants Provide New Interface for Studying Brain Diseases”

10.  11/15/11– Discovery News, “Flexible Brain Implant Could Treat Epilepsy”

11. 11/15/11 – Futurity, “Sensor brings epileptic brain into focus”

12. 11/14/11 – DailyTech, “Adjustable Brain Implant Could Identify Seizure Origins, Shut it Down”

13. 11/14/11 – EE Times, “Ultrathin flexible electrode array enables unprecedented look at brain activity”

14. 11/14/11 – Newsworks, “Penn researcher helps develop flexible, implantable brain-imaging device”

15. 11/13/11 – News from NINDS, "Ultrathin flexible brain implant offers unique look at seizures in NIH-funded research"

16.        2011 – Penn Bioengineering; SEAS website

17. 11/14/11 –  Science Daily, "More Flexible Window Into the Brain"

18. 03/08/11 – The New York Times, “The Reinvention of Silk”

19. 10/30/10 – Discover Magazine, “How to Plug in a Brain”

20. 06/04/10 – International Epilepsy Electrophysiology Portal

21. 07/21/10 –  Slate, “Soon You May Have Silk in Your Brain

22. 05/06/10 – The Economist, “Silky circuits”

23. 04/26/10 – Chemical and Engineering News, “Silken Electronics”

24. 04/22/10 – Nature, “Electronics on the Brain”

25. 04/20/10 – CNET News, “Ultrathin silk-based electrodes as brain implants”

26. 04/19/10 – Popular Science, “Silicon Shrinkwrap Melts Smoothly Onto Cat Brain to Monitor Activity in Real Time”

27. 04/19/10 – Engadget, “Scientists develop implants that melt onto the surface of the brain”

28. 04/19/10 – Wired Magazine, “Ultrathin Silk-Based Electronics Make Better Brain Implants”

29. 04/19/10 – Yahoo News, “Silk brain implant could aid spinal injuries, epilepsy”

30. 04/19/10 R&D Magazine, “It’s not your brain melting, it’s your brain implant”

31. 04/18/10 – MSNBC, “Silk implant could aid spinal injuries, epilepsy”

32. 04/18/10 – ABC News, “Silk forms 'intimate' brain connection”

33. 04/18/10 – NIH News, “A Brain-Recording Device that Melts into Place”

34. 04/18/10 – Reuters, “Silk brain implant could aid spinal injuries, epilepsy”

35. 03/26/10 – ModernMedicine, “Device Maps Electrical Activity of Beating Heart”

36. 03/26/10 – Nanotechnology Now, “Flexible electronics could help put off-beat hearts back on rhythm”

37. 03/25/10 – CNET News, “Giving arrhythmic hearts a hug”

38. 03/24/10 – Businessweek, “New Sensors Stick to Organs to Monitor Health”

39. 03/24/10 – UPI, “Flexible silicon medical device created”

40. 01/26/10 – New Electronics Magazine – Cover Article, “Silicon gets silky”

41. 11/20/09 – Wired Magazine, “The Illustrated Man: How LED Tattoos Could Make Your Skin a Screen”

42. 11/03/09 – MIT Technology Review, “Implantable Silicon-Silk Electronics”