| Advanced Bionics Corporation -- Specializing in the field of implantable, high technology neurostimulation devices. Provides information about employment opportunities, products, and news items.
| AllHear, Inc. -- AllHear is a company which designs, manufactures and sells cochlear implants.
| AudiologyNet -- Cochlear Implants links for research and information.
| Clarion Cochlear Implant -- Advanced Bionics' Clarion Cochlear Implant is an electronic device designed to provide useful hearing and improved communication ability to individuals who are profoundly hearing impaired and unable to achieve speech understanding with hearing aids.
| Cochlear Clothing -- Pocketed shirts designed for people with cochlear implants and other body worn devices.
| Cochlear Implant Article -- Cochlear Implant article at About.com. written by Jamie Berke. (March 24, 1997)
| Cochlear Worldwide -- Makers of the Nucleus 24 Cochlear Implant System, the world leader in C.I. technology and sales, which includes the ESPrit, the first behind-the-ear speech processor.
| Dallas Cochlear Implant Program -- The Dallas Otarlaryngology Cochlear Implant Team is a staff of highly specialized and proficient professionals who provide the highest level of diagnostic, surgical, and rehabilitative services in the area of cochlear implantation.
| Ear Surgery Information Center -- Technology and the surgeon's art have been combined to bring the world of sound, music and speech to those who might otherwise have spent their entire lives completely deaf. Children born deaf now have the opportunity to live in the world of sounds, thanks to the cochlear implant.
| Medical Electronics -- Enriching the lives of deaf children and adults with modern cochlear implants.
| Melbourne Hearing Research Group Web Site -- The Bionic Ear Institute was established in 1984 by Professor Graeme Clark to support and undertake research to improve the Australian Bionic Ear (Cochlear Implant) which was pioneered by Professor Graeme Clark and his team in the 1970ís and now provides hearing to over 20,000 profoundly or totally deaf adults and children.
| The Harvard Mahoney Neuroscience Institute Newsletter -- Cochlear Implants: Restoring Hearing to the Deaf.
| University of Texas- Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas -- Cochlear implant specialist department in prominent medical school in Dallas, Texas specializing in cochlear implants, pediatric otolaryngology, adult otolaryngology and head/neck surgery.