Dr. Naweed Syed is a Pakistani Scientist working in Canada. He has crowned as the first scientist in the world who connected brain cells to a silicon chip.
Syed has gone to many places giving lectures and has presented a numerous presentation on how the human mind is working. As well as, aware people of his new invention which connect brain cells to a silicon chip.
He is a professor and also the head department of Cell Biology & Anatomy at the University of Calgary, Canada. It took him 10 to 20 years to work on this single chip.
Dr. Naweed Syed is a specialist in the field of biomedical engineering. The invention of “Brain on a Chip” astound the scientists all around the world.
This chip will help scientist to cure short-term memory loss, having control of paralysis and other things that our brain influence. Mr. Naweed said, this chip will allow scientist to hear the conversation between living tissue and an electronic device, which will be digital.
In the near future, his invention can fill a huge gap in reading human’s mind in terms to cure the illness. All of the data will be shown on an organic computer.
Naweed said he will be applying this on his first patient who is soon going through a surgery for epilepsy. This chip will help to restore the sight and language after a severe stroke, repair all the neurons in terms to cure brain disorders as well as from it will cure diseases like Parkinson and Alzheimer’s.
We need to start a platform which will allow Pakistan to get all of these kinds of scientist onboard to train the youth, so we can flourish in the field of medical. We have many people, creating and discovering stuff. All they need is a platform that pushes these people towards the international level of medical development.