Plastic Chip In Body Can Relieve Chronic Pain




Magnus Berggren, professor of organic electronics, and Klas Tybrandt, postdoctoral student at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics, were the first in the world to develop chemical chips that enable us to control the signals of cells.
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