We are always interested in medical breakthroughs here at White House Marketing. One development that has caught our eye involves a new technology which was created by a Harvard chemist that could change neuroscience forever. This is an incredible breakthrough, and we would like to share it with you.
The remarkable process that Charles Lieber has devised involves constructing a tiny fishing net out of threads that conduct electricity. This net has tiny sensors across its entire surface which can be put in place with a regular-sized needle, which might be the biggest advantage of Lieber’s invention. Once in place over the top of the brain, the mesh device unfurls and shifts with the brain in a very natural and comfortable manner. After it’s installed, this electronically-enabled mesh can send diagnostic information quickly and easily.
Not only does Lieber’s creation ease access to the brain, it also has an ingenious way of getting around the body’s tendency to reject foreign bodies. Because it’s so soft and slender, the mesh contraption has been accepted easily thus far in the mice on which it’s been tested. We at White House Marketing are excited to see how the technology will translate to human brains, and we will be following any related developments.
We hope that you find this news to be as inspiring and promising as we do here at White House Marketing. The idea that we can easily access and better understand our brains seems almost too good to be true, but it appears to be a reality. Neuroscience could be on the verge of an incredible transformation.