Center for Neural Engineering

The Penn State Center for Neural Engineering, an intercollege center bridging the Colleges of Engineering, Medicine, and Science, was created to develop active educational, research, and outreach collaborations with scientists and physicians who are working on developing the next generation of smart devices for the clinical treatment of dynamical diseases of the brain.

The Center occupies 22,000 square feet of space in State College, PA, in the Millennium Science Complex, a structure which brings together faculty and laboratories from the Materials Research Institute and Huck Institute of Life Sciences at Penn State.

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