Technological advances allow researchers to observe how the brain processes semantic information.
New advances in brain computer interface technology allows three people with movement impairments to control a cursor by imagining their hand movements.
Researchers have developed a BCI that can decipher and communicate the thoughts of those with locked in syndrome.
Researchers document the restoration of communication in a minimally conscious patient by measuring brain function before and after communication returned.
A wireless neural implant has allowed a locked in ALS patient to operate a speech computer with her brain activity.
Researchers have developed a wireless neural interface that bypasses the spinal cord and restores intentional walking movement to a primate's paralyzed leg.
A new study reports researchers have successfully used brain stimulation to provide touch feedback and direct movement. The findings could benefit those with spinal cord injury to regain movement.
Brain-to-text system could help people with speech difficulties to communicate, researchers report.
Using a brain computer interface, researchers help a paralyzed man regain a sensation of touch via a robotic arm.
Researchers have developed a BMI that allows primates to control a robotic wheelchair with their thoughts alone.
Researchers use direct brain control to allow a man paralyzed for five years to walk again.