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Researchers to develop ‘intelligent spinal interface’ with $6.3 million in DARPA funding

News   Oct 07, 2019 | Original story by Brown Univeristy

 
Researchers to develop ‘intelligent spinal interface’ with $6.3 million in DARPA funding

An electrode array like this one will be used in the development of an "Intelligent Spinal Interface" that may one day help people with spinal cord injury to recover function. The device is designed to help bridge the gap in neural function created by a spinal cord injury. Credit:Nick Dentamaro / Brown University

 
 
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