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Brain-controlled Devices Could Help Paralyzed Patientsi
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03/31/2014
Researchers have developed what they called a brain-machine interface. Experiments with monkeys have shown they can control computerized images by "thinking" about it.

Brain-controlled Devices Could Help Paralyzed Patients

Published 03/31/2014

Researchers have developed what they called a brain-machine interface. Experiments with monkeys have shown they can control computerized images by "thinking" about it.


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by: Dela from: The Czech Republic
04/06/2014 3:59 PM
The scientists still continue with their researches and there is a great fact they have been trying to find the useful device to help the paralyzed patients.


by: Rogerio from: Cuiabá, MT
04/04/2014 9:57 PM
Congratulations to brilliant Brazilian professor and his team. Many people anxious awaiting the day they getting around by themselves.
The professor Nicolelis may surprise the public in the opening World Cup in June, Sao Paulo Brazil. Let's wait.


by: Bader from: California
04/02/2014 11:41 PM
It is a great News for people who have a paralyzed


by: youngsil lee from: kimpo,Korea
04/01/2014 3:35 PM
It sounds amazing. Hopely it could help people who had minor disability.