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Biological Chip, A connection brain cells to a silicon chip

Naweed  Syed is a Pakistani-born Canadian neuroscientist, who created the world's first neurochip. He is the first scientist to connect brain cells to a silicon chip.

Suppose, a person suffers from epilepsy, trauma, injury, tremor, or incurable mental illness. And doctors have declared it impossible to treat.

So there is good news for them. Now a small artificial silicone chip in their brain will save their lives. These things were just a dream some time ago, but now they are going to be possible.

Because a Pakistani-Canadian scientist named Dr. Naveed Imam Syed. He is currently serving as Chief Scientist and Professor at the University of Calgary's Hotchkiss Brain Institute.

He and a team of scientists working with him have invented a biological chip after a long struggle.

This two-way biological chip was introduced by a team of researchers from the University of Calgary, Canada.

This two-way biological chip can detect, understand, and treat mental illness. And they have introduced a new struggle in the age of science.

And its successful completion will revolutionize the field of modern science. And it could be used to make science fiction movies and robots.

This biological chip will be an important step in making these characters a reality.
Dr. Naveed Imam is one of the few famous scientists in the world. Who has done a lot of research to test the function of brain cells?

And finally, he invented a modern chip that tests the dual function of brain cells, and they claim to connect the brain to the computer through this modern chip, and if it were possible, 

it would be considered an invention that would change the future of man. 

A leading member of the team, Dr. Naveed Syed of Pakistani origin, is optimistic.

He says that this chip can easily understand the movements of the brain cells. And it will provide all kinds of help in the treatment of mental illness.

And connects easily between the brain and the computer. It has been reported that this modern chip uses a new type of method that has never been used before.

Dr. Naveed Syed says that he intends to test this latest technology this year. And humans will be tested at the University of Calgary in the Canadian province of Alberta.

He claimed that it would also detect changes in the brain caused by epileptic seizures. The chip is also capable of listening to human brain cells and will be able to answer by listening to different voices.

Prof. Naveed Imam Syed is from Pakistan and he was born in Attock, Punjab. He graduated in Biomedical Engineering from Karachi, and then a Ph.D. in neurosurgery from Leeds University. 

He has lived in Canada for a long time, He is currently the Chief Scientist and Professor of Teaching at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute at the University of Calgary.

The chip, developed at the University of Calgary's laboratory, is similar to an MRI, he said.
And the surgeon will find the MRI to be more accurate in determining the exact location of the seizures. 

Thus, this chip is also considered an important achievement in terms of surgical instruments and training.

Scientists believe that this invention was not limited to medicine, Rather, it will revolutionize the world of artificial intelligence and robotics.

After two decades of research, Dr. Naveed Syed and his team's hard work has shown results bright and made it possible for the human brain to communicate with machines more easily.

And they couldn't understand the machines and give them a message. Dr. Naveed Syed told a prominent news channel during an exclusive interview.

He had been researching the chip for two decades, Now, after research, designing, and numerous experiments, the chip is ready to be tested on humans.

The chip will be tested on epilepsy patients this year, which could not be cured by any medicine available to date.

This chip will also control human functions to some extent, and research has shown that it can treat neurological diseases such as drug addiction, epilepsy, and tremors.

Dr. Naveed Imam Syed said that he was interested in research since childhood When he was living in Samundari, a small town in Punjab.

So at a very young age, they tried to reassemble some toys and succeeded. That's how he surprised his family, These God-given abilities were in him from childhood.

He bought the Guinness Book of World Records as a student at his own expense, In which he observed twelve brain cells and tried to understand them.

But it is not possible to understand the function of the brain with twelve cells. He then tried to develop such a chip.

From which the performance of thousands of brain cells can be recorded. Once we record their performance, we can understand their functioning among themselves.

When you can understand the functioning, then you can find a cure for dysfunction in the same way. There are billions of cells in the brain.

When they work together, So because of their rhythm, factors like learning and memory happen. If you want to understand the function of the brain, you need to develop such technology.

Which is capable of recording the network of these brain cells. Which seemed impossible yesterday but is a few steps away today.

Dr. Naveed said that you need such tools and technology to understand the function of the brain, Which can record large brain networks and this chip is its first operation.

If any part of the brain is affected by epilepsy, trauma, injury, or tremors, they say, So there is no cure. In these cases, if you put such a chip in the brain, you can restore this affected function of the brain.

Dr. Naveed Syed, along with several other Pakistani-born scientists, plans to build a state-of-the-art University of Science and Technology in Islamabad, The cornerstone of which has been laid.

"History has shown that Muslims have left behind a rare store of knowledge," he said. They used wonderful medicines to cure diseases.

We are entering a new age of brain chips. Investing in knowledge always pays off. To fulfill one's dreams, one must wake up from the slumber of negligence.

Dr. Naveed Syed has been awarded many Guinness Book of World Records as well as many world honors.

He is mentioned in the list of the most capable scientists whose inventions are changing the world.

He has authored more than 120 research papers published in leading scientific journals. He was awarded the Alberta Heritage Foundation Medical Research Award for his extraordinary abilities.

  • Canadian Pakistani Combined Biomedical Research Award,
  • Canadian Sensation Awards
  • And an honorary fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh.
Also in 2017, Dr. Naveed Imam Syed was included in these important personalities in the 150-year history of Canada.

Who played a key role in Canada's development. In recognition of his services, he was awarded the St. 150's Award. 

In the same year, he was also awarded the Medal of Distinction by the Government of Pakistan.

After two decades of painstaking design, experiments, new designs, and observations, Dr. Naveed's two-way brain chips are almost ready for human trials. First, the bionic chip will be used to manage epilepsy patients.

In preparation for this article, Some content is taken from BBC News.

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