A new 'click on' prosthetic arm allow can be controlled by thought.
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Researchers have developed a new prosthetic hand with the ability to 'see' objects. They believe their invention can allow the wearer to automatically reach for objects.
Researchers develop a graphene microelectrode that allows for optical imaging and electrophysiological recordings of neural circuits.
Newly designed electronic skin allows a robotic hand to sense differences in temperature between hot and cold. Additionally, the skin can interpret computer signals to help the hand reproduce sign language, researchers report.
According to a new study, a tissue-engineered colon derived from human stem cells can develop nerves required to function effectively.
Neuroengineers have developed a new, non-toxic, biodegradable device that can help transport vital medications to the brain by locally opening the blood-brain barrier with ultrasound.
Using minimally invasive brain implants, researchers evoked the sense of touch in patients who had lost tactile sensations. The technique could be used to restore tactile sensations to those with paralysis and neuropathy.
Clinical trials are underway for 'robotic legs' that can help those with movement disorders to regain mobility.
Researchers have developed a 3D printed prototype for a bionic eye. The team successfully printed an array of light receptors onto a hemispherical surface. This advance could revolutionize restoring vision to those who have lost their sight.