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The long and winding road towards specific vagus nerve modulation

The vagus nerve is one of the biggest cranial nerves. It interconnects the brain with almost all internal organs, including...

One more stroke project granted by the NIH!

About half of the patients afflicted by a stroke permanently suffer from chronic deficits in arm and hand movements. These...

Speak your mind! – Pilot clinical study with severely paralyzed patients

CorTec is part of an international clinical study that will enable severely paralyzed people to communicate again – with the...

Getting back that feeling.

For a project recently accepted for funding by the NIH, CorTec will supply novel electrodes to help people regain sensation...

A novel wireless research device for chronic pain relief

Electrically stimulating the spinal cord can be an effective therapy for different kinds of treatment-resistant chronic pain. The exact mechanisms...

How to Handle a Spiral Cuff Electrode

To make your research easier, we are constantly working on our products and our technology. But how to implant a...

PEDOT coating paired with low frequency alternating currents enables physiological nerve blocks

Delivering electrical currents to nerves can not only serve to stimulate them, by inducing action potentials that are carried along...

A software tool for optimizing peripheral motor stimulation

CorTec’s cuff electrodes have proven extremely helpful as interfaces for electrically interacting with the peripheral nervous system. The range of...