Monkey regains control of paralyzed limb with wireless 'brain-spine interface'

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 - 14:01 in Psychology & Sociology

For the first time, a primate regained control of a paralyzed limb with the help of a brain implant that wirelessly restored communication between its brain and spinal cord — a breakthrough that could have major implications for people recovering from spinal injuries.

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