This is the third webinar in the series, brought to you by the KTN’s Neurotechnology Special Interest Group Innovation Network

Neurotechnology is an incredibly multidisciplinary endeavour, covering areas as diverse as fundamental neuroscience, bioelectronic engineering, artificial intelligence and materials science. There are also a number of intellectual property and regulatory stages that need to be passed to get a new neurotechnology innovation to market. It is likely, therefore, that many companies will not have all these areas covered in house.

The featured leading centres are:

The Henry Royce Institute
Centre for Process Innovation (CPI)
The Manufacture of Active Implant and Surgical Instruments (MAISI)

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