Neurotech Pub

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Summary

In this episode, host Matt Angle speaks with Tim Harris, Cindy Chestek, and Philip "Flip" Sabes about the big programmatic challenges in neurotechnology. We talk about the differences between labs, startups, and large research consortia. We discuss the difference between neuroscience and neuroengineering, and Tim explains how one of the biggest breakthroughs in neurophysiology was the product of….lawyers.

Show Notes

Welcome to Neurotech Pub, hosted by Paradromics Inc and SynBioBeta.

In this episode, host Matt Angle speaks with Tim Harris, Cindy Chestek, and Philip "Flip" Sabes about the big programmatic challenges in neurotechnology. We talk about the differences between labs, startups, and large research consortia. We discuss the difference between neuroscience and neuroengineering, and Tim explains how one of the biggest breakthroughs in neurophysiology was the product of….lawyers.

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2:04 Jester King Brewery, Dripping Springs, TX |
3:03 Bell Labs |
7:31  Michael Jordan |
9:05 Krishna Shenoy and Reid Harrison |
9:49 Stevenson's Law |
12:10 The Utah Array |
13:43 Neuropixels |
14:06 Dendrites by Nelson Sprusten, Greg Stuart, and Michael Häusser |
24:47 Low-power neural signal processing by Chestek Lab |
26:54 Spike sorting, Dimensionality, and Decoding |
27:30 Neural Task Complexity |
28:43 A 16-beam system that records ~1,000 neurons @ ~10 Hz |
32:16 The Braingate clinical trials |
34:15 Using Muscles as Bioelectronic Amplifiers in Peripheral Nerve Applications |
35:28 Jack Judy, University of Florida |
37:59 Touch Sensation |
38:06 DARPA HAPTIX Program |
39:22 Muscle Taco |
41:22 Janelia Research Campus |
45:59 Steliglitz Lab |
50:50 Power Consumption |
54:31 Eddie Chang and Chang Lab |
55:20 Buzsaki Paper |
55:45 BioRxiv pre-print on the Paradromics Argo System |
56:16 NeuroGrid: Recording Action Potentials from the Surface of the Brain |
1:01:30 Physical Principles for Scalable Neural Recording |
1:02:03 Pierebone lab’s work with DARPA |
1:04:18 Carbon Fiber Ultramicroelectrodes |
1:05:05 IMEC work with nanolaminate |
1:05:05 Picosun and Brown University |
1:05:16 Stuart Cogan |
1:05:18 Michel Maharbiz |
1:07: 08 Takashi Kozai and Daryl Kipke |
1:09:44 Utah Array, Blackrock Microsystems |
1:12:29 DBS for Depression |
1:18:37 The Sewing Machine |
1:22:32 Paradromics Laser Surgical Tool |
1:22:42 Recent Papers from Schaefer and Melosh Group |
1:23:46 Tim Gardner's work on Carbon Fiber Arrays |
1:23:54 Mechanics of Microwire Penetration |
1:25:38 FDA scientists work on Accelerated Aging

//Director & Host: Matt Angle
//Producers: Ali Stuckey, Avery Bedows
//Editor: Jasper Sams
//Graphics: Midnight Measure Design

What is Neurotech Pub?

Paradromics Founder and CEO Matt Angle hosts an informal salon with some of the most influential figures in neurotechnology.