Wednesday, March 7, 2012

New Findings on Brain Plasticity and Neuroprosthetics

The past decade has taken prosthetics to new heights as doctors have attempted to incorporate brain waves to control disembodied objects. A recent study performed at Cal Berkeley has demonstrated that the brain is more flexible and trainable than previously thought. This discovery is likely to help doctors create a better connection between the brain and prosthetics, creating realistic, thought-based movement of prosthetics by amputees. To see more, check out the link below...

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