How It Works: 21st-Century Brain

From the press release:
2019 Lectures & Curator’s Coffee Series: “The Brain: It’s More Than You Think”

Modern technology monitors the seizures of epileptics, and brain-computer interfaces are being developed to help paralyzed people control computerized devices and possibly even move again. A video follows cutting-edge neuroscience research at the State University of New York in Albany on the use of neural implants for paralyzed individuals. 

Credit: Courtesy of AMNH/R. Mickens

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