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For The First Time, Scientists Restore Finger Movements In Paralyzed Man
With two sets of electrodes that create a "neural bypass"
Why Does A Drop Of Water Confuse My Touchscreen?
Short answer: Water conducts electricity, just like your finger
Adam Cohen Lights Up Neurons To See How They Fire
Goodbye, electrodes; hello, bright lights.
Lasers Can Be Used to Steer Lightning In Mid-Strike
Laser light can not only trigger lightning but redirect it, causing it to strike in the same place over and...
Honduran Teen Invents Cheap, Simple Eye-Tracking Device For Disabled
Available in 2012 for $300
Video: Robot Manipulates Humans’ Arms With Electric Stimulation
Jot it down: November 15, 2011, is when it began. Researchers in France have given a small robot the ability...
Video: Face-Controlled Wheelchair Moves With the Clench of a Jaw
For those paralyzed from the neck down, controlling a wheelchair even with a joystick is impossible. Researchers at Japan’s Miyazaki...
A Transparent Battery to Power Next-Gen See-Through Gadgets
Stanford researcher Yi Cui looked across the field of transparent electronics and saw that all was not equal. While all...
Video: Powerful Magnets Pointed At British Editor’s Head Prevent Him From Reciting A Nursery Rhyme
Magnetic fields applied to the brain can be used to treat ADHD, improve memory and even control your behavior and...
In The Tiniest Receiver Ever, Graphene Can Directly Detect Radio Signals
A graphene sheet stretched among three electrodes is the tiniest device to directly receive radio signals, researchers say. Nanoscale radio...