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DARPA Researchers Test Brain-Controlled Robotic Prosthetic Hand

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory have partnered to develop a neurally-interfaced prosthetic hand that is designed to help people with paralysis. DARPA said Friday the prosthesis used neurotechnology to help a 28-year-old paralyzed man feel sensations and pinpoint which of his …

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DARPA Seeks Info on Non-Invasive Neural Interfaces

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking information on non-invasive neurotechnology systems for use in studies that involve single neural activity sensing on an ambulatory human. DARPA’s biological technologies office issued a request for information on August 13 to solicit from various communities new ideas on neuroscience capabilities other than …

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