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 new technology that reads signals directly from the brain that could pave the way for people with movement disorders to communicate.
Researchers have developed a brain machine interface that incorporates virtual reality which has allowed some paraplegic patients to regain some feeling in their limbs.
A new study reveals the neurological mechanisms at work during ketamine anesthesia.
A new stent-based electrode BMI could help restore some movement to people with paralysis without the need for open brain surgery.
Researchers are one step closer to developing a prosthetic arm that can recreate a sense of touch through a direct brain interface.