New advances in brain computer interface technology allows three people with movement impairments to control a cursor by imagining their hand movements.
Technological advances allow researchers to observe how the brain processes semantic information.
A new study reveals a functional brain pattern linked to cognition, and with the help of a BMI, used it to activate an iPad's touch screen.
As brain controlled robots and neuroprosthetics are rapidly growing in popularity, researchers impress the need to create guidelines to help insure safe and beneficial use of brain machine interactions.
According to UCSF researchers, during non-REM sleep, newly learned useful neural patterns are replayed and recapped.
Coupling a non invasive brain computer interface with a virtual walking avatar may help those with gait disorders to regain control of their movements, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified a neurobiological basis for the processing and reactivation of spatial information in rodents.
Using mini-brains grown in the lab, researchers have discovered schizophrenia likely begins toward the end of the first trimester of fetal development. Researchers believe, based on their findings, schizophrenia could potentially be treated in utero.
Researchers report amputees are able to control a robotic arm with help of brain implants and BMI technology. The study details how brain areas that control both the intact arm and amputated limb can create new connections and learn to control the robotic arm, even years following the loss of a limb.