A glass/silicon composite intracortical electrode array

  title={A glass/silicon composite intracortical electrode array},
  author={Kelly E. Jones and Patrick K. Campbell and Richard A. Normann},
  journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
A new manufacturing technique has been developed for creating silicon-based, penetrating electrode arrays intended for implantation into cerebral cortex. The arrays consist of a 4.2 mm×4.2 mm glass/silicon composite base, from which project 100 silicon needle-type electrodes in a 10×10 array. Each needle is approximately 1,500 μm long, 80μm in diameter at the base, and tapers to a sharp point at the metalized tip. The technique used to manufacture these arrays differs from our previous method… CONTINUE READING
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