A Revolutionary Biohybrid Neural Implant Restores Limb Function

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The Future of Prosthetics and Brain-Machine Interfaces A groundbreaking neural implant, developed by bio-engineers from the University of Cambridge, has the potential to restore limb function in paralyzed limbs. The revolutionary device combines flexible electronics tech and human stem cells, overcoming the limitations of previous neural implants, and...

Virtual Reality & Robotics Help Paralyzed Patients Learn to Walk Again

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Long-term paraplegics, fully paralysed from the waist down, have experienced a partial recovery after training with virtual reality (VR) and robotic technologies. Researchers in Brazil carried out the first-of-its-kind rehab program as part of the "Walk Again Project". A brain-machine interface (a system that recorded their brain...