Researchers develop a graphene microelectrode that allows for optical imaging and electrophysiological recordings of neural circuits.
Researchers develop a working prototype of a neurosurgical robot which can enter the brain through the cheek and perform delicate hippocampal surgeries for epilepsy patients.
Researchers have created a force sensing system which can attach to microbots for cellular level research.
Amputees are able to regain sense of touch and 'feel' with their prosthetic hands, thanks to new technological advances.
Researchers develop a robotic prosthesis which can be controlled by implanted neuromuscular interfaces.
Researchers use computer technology to better understand how the brain fundamentally controls the body.
Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have been awarded an NIH grant to help develop an electrode array system which will help scientists better understand how the brain works.
Researchers develop a new device which improves hand function after surgery due to nerve damage.
By electrically stimulating the severed part of the spinal cord, researchers were able to make a completely paralyzed rat walk over obstacles.
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.