NewsNanoparticles create heat from light to manipulate
electrical activity in neurons

21st July 2021by admin0
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Nanomaterials have been used in a variety of emerging
applications, such as in targeted pharmaceuticals or to bolster
other materials and products such as sensors and energy harvesting
and storage devices. A team in the McKelvey School of Engineering
at Washington University in St. Louis is using nanoparticles as
heaters to manipulate the electrical activity of neurons in the
brain and of cardiomyocytes in the heart.

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