Embedded electrical devices are increasingly treating chronic illnesses, but researchers are now seeking to record and interpret our own electrical signals to predict symptoms Chemical electricity is how we move, think, and remember. And increasingly, as technology miniaturises and computer power multiplies, it’s how we are treating chronic illness. Since the fully implantable pacemaker was ...
Professor David Grayden: Reading the body’s electrical signals to treat illness
By Andrew Trounson, University of Melbourne
12 Jun 2019