If brain cells could talk: UW, MIT team up to record signals

Long-term potential seen to restore movement to people with paralysis

Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering  |  Updated 3:15 PM, 04.09.2015

Posted in: Research

  • The MIT Probe's tip is 10 to 20 microns across. One micron = 1/25th of a thousandth of an inch. Voldman Lab, MIT
Across realms of neuroscience and microtechnology, UW and the Massachussets Institute of Technology are working to build a better device that can regularly record signals in the brain, which could one day help restore movement for people with motor disabilities.

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