Researchers at Case Western Reserve prevent seizures in 90% of non-human subjects with low-frequency stimulation of axons in brain
Researchers receive $9M NIH grant to develop infrared technology for understanding, managing the peripheral nervous system’s role in many illnesses
A balanced discussion of the realities, the mythologies, and the concerns surrounding cutting-edge brain research. A new film, I AM HUMAN, takes a comprehensive look at the realities of neurotechnology today. The film follows three patients for whom experimental treatment may be the best option. Experts weigh in on the difficulties and the promise of neurotech.
Prostheses are morphing into mind-controlled extensions of the human body that let their wearers feel what they’re touching.
Scientists think they’ve identified a previously unknown form of neural communication that self-propagates across brain tissue, and can leap wirelessly from neurons in one section of brain tissue to another – even if they’ve been surgically severed.
Cleveland FES (Functional Electrical Stimulation) Center: Military veteran David Powers, an FES Center patient, will help demonstrate how FES technology has restored respiratory muscle function. The technology helps those with spinal-cord injuries.
The implant was designed to detect signals associated with intended movements and then transmit these signals to a Bluetooth interface.
The poster was selected to receive a Travel Grant Award from theSociety and chosen for a Guided Poster Tour.
The American Parkinson Disease Association Awards More Than $1.7 Million in Cutting-Edge Research Grants
With someone diagnosed with PD every nine minutes, this research is critical as we push for better treatments and ultimately, a cure.
A panel of senior figures from the Royal Institution, Nature and Research Fortnight magazine made the choices from nearly a hundred entries this year.