Paralyzed Monkeys Walk Again with Wireless ‘Brain-Spine Interface’

November 11, 2016

(Reuters) –  Swiss scientists have helped monkeys with spinal cord injuries regain control of non-functioning limbs in research which might one day lead to paralyzed people being able to walk again.  The scientists, who treated the monkeys with a neuroprosthetic interface that acted as a wireless bridge between the brain and spine, say they have started small feasibility studies in humans to trial some components.

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