027 – Marc Ferro
Marc Ferro is a post-doctoral researcher at Stanford University. Marc holds a Ph.D. from École des Mines de Saint-Étienne and an undergraduate degree from École nationale supérieure des Mines de Saint-Étienne.
Top 3 Takeaways
- Small neural interfaces improve signal quality.
- Small neural interfaces avoid biological damage.
- Researchers and entrepreneurs have many commonalities.
- [0:59] Marc’s background.
- [2:22] Biggest materials science challenges in neural interfaces.
- [4:30] Respecting brain tissue.
- [5:30] Initial insult vs. chronic injury.
- [7:30] Constraints on neural interfaces.
- [9:30] NeuroRoots.
- [11:00] Status of NeuroRoots.
- [12:15] NeuroRoots vs. other cutting-edge interfaces.
- [17:08] Researchers as entrepreneurs.
- [19:48] What kind of skillsets do neural interfaces teams need to have?