Well, financial times have changed and there are some of us who are still pulling ourselves out of the depths of recession, which means you have to be extra careful when you're choosing a company to invest in or buying a new home or condominium. Since the crash of 2008 investors have been scrambling to find the latest sure bets. We know now that mortgage futures are undecided (but looking up according to Cannect), but what about oil? Or civilian space travel? Smart investors know that the real potential lies in technology, and neurotech is at the cutting edge of this industry. To learn more about neurotech and the investment opportunities it represents, look over the content of this website.

Nerotech, which is short for neurotechnology, involves using science and technology to improve, evaluate, repair, and even replicate the functions of the brain and nervous system, which is the most complex and mystifying system in the human body. Neurotechnology has actually been around for a long time, but it's only been in the last two decades or so that advances in computing power have allowed scientists and researchers to make really significant leaps in their understanding of how the brain and nervous system functions.

Here you will find the definition of neurotechnology

Neurotechnology encompasses three core areas of research. 1) drugs for treating conditions and diseases of the brain, such as epilepsy or ADHD. 2) devices for replicating, facilitating, repairing, or improving brain and nervous system function, such as the deep brain stimulators designed to treat Parkinson's disease and virtual reality devices designed to trick the brain into thinking simulations are real. 3) diagnostic devices for mapping and studying the brain, such as the MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and CT (computed tomography) scanners that can highlight areas of brain activity and detect tumors.

If you want to see what neurotechnology has to offer the world, specifically investors like you, you should attend the annual Neurotech Investing and Partnering Conference or read the NeuroInsights weblog. In short, those who hold patents on devices and drugs which can cure or even treat neurological diseases like brain tumors and Alzheimer's disease, which are running rampant in the developed world, stand to make enormous amounts of money. You may not be able to design the devices yourself, but neither can the scientists and doctors fund their own research projects. You need one another.

Here you will find what types of neurological diseases exist.

If the idea of investing in neurotechnology ventures interests you, you can use this article to learn more about the current successes in this field and scientists' hopes for the future. You can also get a better idea of which are the good bets and which are the bad, and collect enough information on this field to sound intelligent when you go to this year's Neurotech Investing and Partnering Conference. Just click on the navigation bar at the top of the page to get started reading some of the articles we have made available for you. Remember: this is a high technology field. There's no such thing as too much information.

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