Scientists are making remarkable progress at using brain implants to restore the freedom of movement that spinal cord injuries take away. [Read More]
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His team had used a blade to slice halfway through the animal’s spinal cord, paralyzing its right leg.
Now researchers are taking a significant next step toward reversing paralysis once and for all.
Reversing Paralysis Breakthrough Wireless brain-body electronic interfaces to bypass damage to the nervous system.
That will give you an idea of the shattering consequences of spinal cord injury.
In this video made by EPFL researchers, a monkey with a spinal cord injury that paralyzed its right leg is able to walk again.
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Source: Mit Technology Review