Image of the Day: Brain-Computer Interface Electrode
Image of the Day: Brain-Computer Interface Electrode
A newly developed device can better measure brain waves such as those used to control a robotic car.
Image of the Day: Brain-Computer Interface Electrode
Image of the Day: Brain-Computer Interface Electrode

A newly developed device can better measure brain waves such as those used to control a robotic car.

A newly developed device can better measure brain waves such as those used to control a robotic car.

brain-computer interface
Artificial Touch Enabled
Artificial Touch Enabled
Jef Akst | Oct 13, 2016
A quadriplegic 28-year-old man senses touch via stimulation of electrodes implanted in his somatosensory cortex.
Neuroprosthesis Restores Arm Movement
Neuroprosthesis Restores Arm Movement
Tanya Lewis | Apr 13, 2016
A 24-year-old quadriplegic man regains control of his arm with a neural prosthetic device.
Brain New World
Brain New World
Malcolm Gay | Sep 30, 2015
The melding of mind and machine uncovers mysteries harbored in the brain.
Book Excerpt from <em>The Brain Electric</em>
Book Excerpt from The Brain Electric
Malcolm Gay | Sep 30, 2015
Author Malcolm Gay explores the science underlying headline-making research into neural prosthetics.
Brain-Machine Interface Goes Wireless
Brain-Machine Interface Goes Wireless
Bob Grant | Dec 18, 2014
A paralyzed woman has used mind power and a robotic arm wirelessly connected to her brain to achieve the most dexterous movement yet accomplished with BMI.
Monkeys Learn to Steer Wheelchair
Monkeys Learn to Steer Wheelchair
Jef Akst | Nov 19, 2014
A brain-computer interface uses the animals’ brain activity to steer them to a food reward.
Mind, Powered
Mind, Powered
Eric C. Leuthardt | Oct 31, 2014
Neuroscientist Eric talks about the science and technology behind brain-computer interfaces.
Monkey-Machine Interface
Monkey-Machine Interface
Abby Olena | Nov 11, 2013
Researchers have shown that rhesus monkeys can control the movements of two virtual avatar arms simultaneously.
Week in Review, June 10–14
Week in Review, June 10–14
Bob Grant | Jun 14, 2013
Supreme Court says no patenting (natural) genes; brain-computer interfaces mimic motor learning in brain; regenerating finger tips; gene therapy goes deeper; NIH needs more diversity; cross-border collaboration