The next generation of neuroscience tools to propel your research forward.
Explore new frontiers in neuroscience and electrophysiology with Spike Neuro’s Rubide™ Neural Probes and other state-of-the-art research devices and accessories. We aim to set a new standard for chronic and multimodal device performance using innovative materials and engineering design to open new possibilities in experimental approaches and preclinical development.
Spike Neuro is excited to attend the 2023 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Washington, DC. Visit us at booth 2334 to meet our team. We would love to hear all about your research and how we could help! Also be sure to stop by Poster 379.13 on the morning of Tues, Nov 14 where Dr. Jim Morizio and his student, Danny Lazega, will be presenting our collaborative work.
Spike Neuro is proud to announce the launch of our Rubide™ Neural Probe line, using the very latest MEMS fabrication techniques to bring legacy silicon probe designs to the next level of performance. Our proprietary silicon carbide surface enhancement is unique in the industry and improves both fracture toughness and biocompatibility.
Spike Neuro is partnering with Dr. Jim Morizio and Duke University to develop an ultra light-weight and long lasting real-time wireless recording and stimulation headstage. This 2-year, nearly $1 million Brain Initiative project, supported by the National Institute of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R43MH135814, leverages a hybrid backscatter radio technology to extend recording time and enable wireless electrical stimulation.
Our Rubide™ Neural Probes combine state-of-the-art MEMS manufacturing with our own proprietary silicon carbide coating technique to produce a more durable and reliable laminar probe for your electrophysiology research. A wide variety of configurations and connector options allow you to incorporate our probes into your research with plug-and-play ease.
Supremely flexible, exceptionally thin, and surgeon-friendly! Our ECoG and EEG arrays are engineered with a unique polyimide layering process to achieve an industry-best thickness of only 8 microns, providing excellent surface conformity and adhesion without compromising handling, implantability, or recording quality.
Boost your research with impedance testers, commutators, microdrives, and other accessories. Spike Neuro offers a variety of accessories and companion products specifically selected to complement our probe and array lines. We are continually adding new products so please reach out if you are in need of anything special and our sales team will be happy to support you in finding the right tools to fit your research.
At Spike Neuro we understand the frustration and headaches caused by the probe breakage and fading chronic performance all too common with silicon probes. The next frontier in probe development is to fundamentally rethink the way silicon laminar probes are built, swapping state-of-the-art MEMS techniques and tailored materials engineering for legacy decades-old technology.
Spike Neuro probes and arrays are compatible with all major research data acquisition systems and we support a variety of different connector and referencing options. Our probes are designed to plug seamlessly into your existing experimental set-up, making it easy to explore the advantages our products have to offer. Need a special array design or connector? Not to worry, our manufacturing team is ready to build a custom probe solution for your application.
Ready to bring your research idea to orbit? Spike Neuro is excited to be your partner through all phases of your neurotech ideation, development, and commercialization process. From grant initiatives to licensing opportunities and joint product development, we are ready to work with you. Reach out to our team today to tell us how we could help make your project a success.
The next generation of neuroscience tools to propel your research forward!
Behind Spike Neuro is a team of researchers who know a lack of good ideas is not one of the limitations to advancing neuroscience. Frustrated with seeing exciting technology that could help researchers, clinicians, and patients placed on a shelf, we are working to provide innovators with the guidance, resources, and infrastructure for successful commercialization of neurotechnology.