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Duke University

Brain Machine Interfaces

Duke University via World Science U


Pioneering neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis investigates how brains encode sensory and motor information. His groundbreaking work demonstrates that animals and humans can use their electrical brain activity to control neuroprosthetic devices with Brain Machine Interfaces and collaborate synchronistically.



  1. Breakthroughs in Brain-Machine Interfaces
  2. First Artificial Senses
  3. First Brainets


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