The nanoparticles could generate measurable magnetic fields in response to the brain's electrical fields and then be used to send wireless messages.
Sensors in the prosthesis tell the brain there is a foot and the wearer has the impression that it rolls off the ground when he walks.
Instead of placing an implant in the part of the brain that control motion, scientists placed two in the area that plans movements.
New study suggests EEG monitoring of brain activity is more accurate than traditional survey techniques.
Two new proposed systems would use vibrating skin patches and electrode caps.
Futuristic electroshock therapy aims to make you feel better.
The patient is better able to do his job as well as cope with everyday situations.
New implants lock into bone, allow better movement and more sensitive touch.
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