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An Atlas of Nano-Enabled Neural Interfaces

Graphene: Everything under control in a quantum material...BALLSHIT...The Fully un-manifested nano POTENTIALITY ... is incomplete until the structural manifestation codes..." THE GOD CODES" are inserted into "The God Particle" ...not fully manifested...AND THUS UNSTABLE. THIS IS THE HIGGS BOSSUM PARTICLE, SO NAMED.

An atlas of nano-enabled neural interfaces ... Therefore, there is a pressing need for developing material-based tools that can form seamless bio-interfaces and interrogate the brain with unprecedented resolution.

The Neuralink Brain Chip | Elon Musk Neuralink This is a distraction as they try to link The Exterior Bi Film Nano network of the body directly to our DNA, via the Graphene Interface ... attached to the DNA Codes. Thus, many different vaxxes and human on the children's undeveloped immune systems, GODS PROTECTIVE BARRIER FOR THE BODY.

Interfacing Graphene-Based Materials With Neural Cells

Graphene oxide affects in vitro fertilization outcome by interacting with sperm membrane in an animal model.

Investigation into the toxic effects of graphene nanopores ...

Material Question

Graphene may be the most remarkable substance ever discovered. But what’s it for?

REVIEW Open Access

Toxicity o f graphene-family nanoparticles:

a general review of the origins and


Single-layer graphene modulates neuronal communication and augments membrane ion currents ... link

Significance Modulation of cellular electrophysiology helps develop an understanding of cellular development and function in healthy and diseased states. We modulate the electrophysiology of neuronal cells in two-dimensional (2D) and 3D assemblies with subcellular precision via photothermal stimulation using a multiscale fuzzy graphene nanostructure. Nanowire (NW)-templated 3D fuzzy graphene (NT-3DFG) nanostructures enable remote, nongenetic photothermal stimulation with laser energies as low as subhundred nanojoules without generating cellular stress. NT-3DFG serves as a powerful toolset for studies of cell signaling within and between in vitro 3D models (human-based organoids and spheroids) and can enable therapeutic interventions.

The use of graphene-based materials to engineer sophisticated biosensing interfaces that can adapt to the central nervous system requires a detailed understanding of how such materials behave in a biological context. Graphene’s peculiar properties can cause various cellular changes, but the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. Link

Human Brain/Cloud Interface ... Link

Subsequent to navigating the human vasculature, three species of neuralnanorobots (endoneurobots, gliabots, and synaptobots) could traverse the blood–brain barrier (BBB), enter the brain parenchyma, ingress into individual human brain cells, and autoposition themselves at the axon initial segments of neurons (endoneurobots), within glial cells (gliabots), and in intimate proximity to synapses (synaptobots).

DARPA’s New Project Is Investing Millions in Brain-Machine Interface Tech ... Link

The Molecular Influence of Graphene and Graphene Oxide on the Immune System Under In Vitro and In Vivo Conditions ... Even though graphene oxide is made with the same atoms as our organs, tissues and cells, its bi-dimensional nature causes unique interactions with ...

The Inter Dimensional Hydro Gel Aspect of The Nano Tech and The Body Life Force, Energy Source.

Safety Assessment of Graphene-Based Materials: Focus on Human Health and the Environment

Graphene and its derivatives are heralded as “miracle” materials with manifold applications in different sectors of society from electronics to energy storage to medicine. The increasing exploitation of graphene-based materials (GBMs) necessitates a comprehensive evaluation of the potential impact of these materials on human health and the environment. Here, we discuss synthesis and characterization of GBMs as well as human and environmental hazard assessment of GBMs using in vitro and in vivo model systems with the aim to understand the properties that underlie the biological effects of these materials; not all GBMs are alike, and it is essential that we disentangle the structure–activity relationships for this class of materials.

Graphene sensors read low-frequency neural waves associated with distinct brain states

Graphene, which is isolated from crystalline graphite, is a flat monolayer composed of single-atom-thick, two-dimensional sheets of a hexagonally arranged honeycomb lattice [1]. Because of its unique structural, specific surface area and mechanical characteristics, the functions and applications of graphene have gained considerable attention since the discovery of the material in 2004 [2, 3]. Graphene and its derivatives include monolayer graphene, few-layer graphene (FLG), graphene oxide (GO), reduced graphene oxide (rGO), graphene nanosheets (GNS), and graphene nanoribbons, etc. [47]. GO is one of the most vital chemical graphene derivatives of the graphene-family nanomaterials (GFNs), which attracts increasing attention for its potential biomedical applications. Graphene-based materials usually have sizes ranging from several to hundreds of nanometer and are 1-10 nm thick [8, 9], which is also the definition of ‘nanoparticles’ or ‘nanomaterials’. Due to their exceptional physical and chemical properties, graphene materials have been widely used in various fields, including energy storage; nanoelectronic devices; batteries [1012]; and biomedical applications, such as antibacterials [13, 14], biosensors [1518], cell imaging [19, 20], drug delivery [8, 21, 22], and tissue engineering [2325].

Graphene active sensor arrays for long-term and wireless mapping of wide frequency band epicortical brain activity

Fuzzy graphene for neuron control ...Link

Most current methods require genetic modifications to make cells sensitive to light so they can be optically controlled or are imprecise and require high energies that can damage cells. .... a remote, non-genetic method to optically modulate neuronal activity by using nanowires of ‘fuzzy graphene’ to make precise contact with brain cells.

Neuralink, the brain-computer interface and neuroprosthetics company started by Elon Musk and others in 2016 is developing ultra high bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers. Elon Musk is also the CEO of the company.

Human Brain/Cloud Interface ... link

Heads in the cloud: Scientists predict internet of thoughts ‘within decades’

Nanobots on the Brain

The B/CI concept was initially proposed by futurist-author-inventor Ray Kurzweil, who suggested that neural nanorobots – brainchild of Robert Freitas, Jr., senior author of the research – could be used to connect the neocortex of the human brain to a “synthetic neocortex” in the cloud. Our wrinkled neocortex is the newest, smartest, ‘conscious’ part of the brain.

Freitas’ proposed neural nanorobots would provide direct, real-time monitoring and control of signals to and from brain cells.

“These devices would navigate the human vasculature, cross the blood-brain barrier, and precisely autoposition themselves among, or even within brain cells,” explains Freitas. “They would then wirelessly transmit encoded information to and from a cloud-based supercomputer network for real-time brain-state monitoring and data extraction.”

TSEM micrograph of a cultured rat hippocampal neuron grown on a layer of purified carbon nanotubes. (Image: Laura Ballerini, University of Trieste)

Self-assembly of graphene oxide and cellulose nanocrystals into continuous filament via interfacial nanoparticle complexation

Self-Assembled Graphene Hydrogel via a One-Step Hydrothermal Process

Self-Assembled Three-Dimensional Graphene-Based Polyhedrons Inducing Volumetric Light Confinement

Self-Assembled Graphene-Based Architectures and Their Applications

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