Researchers develop a method for electronically manipulating the flight muscles of moths.
DARPA selects two universities to assist with its RAM program, which aims to develop a wireless, implantable neuroprosthetic to help those with TBI to overcome memory deficits.
Researchers develop a highly accurate representation of how neurons behave when performing complex movements.
A paralyzed person is expected to make the first kick in the World Cup this year, thanks to a new brain controlled exoskeleton with a sense of touch, designed by researchers at TUM.
Researchers use electrical stimulation in retinal cells to produce the same patterns of activity which occur when the retina sees moving objects.
DARPA's SUBNETS program includes two complementary research pathways that emphasize neural plasticity and single-neuron recording.
By Restoring Sense of Touch to Amputees, HAPTIX Seeks to Overcome Physical and Psychological Effects of Upper Limb Loss
DARPA's HAPTIX program seeks to provide amputees with natural touch sensations.
Researchers have developed faster and more energy efficient microchips based on the human brain. The technology offers greater possibilities for advances in robotic and understanding of the human brain.
Researchers move a step closer to creating a bench-top human which could eventually replace animal testing.
Researchers develop a new system which allows fleets of robots to collaborate in new and unprecedented ways.
Researchers record the neural activity of monkeys as the plan to reach in order to design better neuroprosthetics.
Advances in robotics have made it possible to create artificial legs that can duplicate the natural movement of human legs. The research could help improve the mobility of lower-limb amputees.
The NRI is providing researchers with a $3.6 million grant to help develop a new kind of machine intelligence for surgical robotics.
The NIH has awarded three projects $2.4 million over the next five years to develop innovative robots which work cooperatively with people and adapt to changing environments. The robotics will improve human capabilities and enhance medical procedures.
Researchers are attempting to teach two-legged robots a stable, and robust human way of walking.