«The alliance with Innervia – a subsidiary of Spain’s Inbrain Neuroelectronics – is focusing on stimulating the vagus nerve, which carries an extensive range of signals from the body to the brain and vice versa.»

«Bioelectronic medicine focuses on the fact that every organ in our bodies is innervated with neural networks, so electrical interfacing with peripheral nerves can be a potential pathway for diagnosing or treating diseases such as diabetes.»

«Innervia has developed electrodes made of graphene – the thinnest material known to humans, made up of sheets of carbon atoms – and reckons the super-strong material holds the secret to unlocking the potential of bioelectronic therapies.»

Article written by  Phil Taylor.