This smart chip may help combat Parkinson’s disease

A smart chip has been developed by scientists at Nanyang Technological University that allows the transmission of brain data wirelessly and with high accuracy.According to scientists it may help combat Parkinson’s disease or allow paraplegic people to move their prosthetic limbs.
It will lead to more compact medical wearable devices, such as portable ECG monitoring devices and neural implants, since we no longer need large batteries to power them.