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CYBORG SCIENCE? Chip helps man move his hand

by Lambert & Lindsey posted Jun 26 2014 11:48AM
It's like those sci-fi movies - melding man and machine, but scientists at Ohio State University may have made that break through!

"The technology is gonna take brain activity from a tiny chip we've implanted in his brain and translate that activity to a message that muscles can understand, and then send those signals to the muscles and he's gonna be able to open and close his hand," explained Battelle engineer Chad Bouton.

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06/26/2014 8:50AM
CYBORG SCIENCE? Chip helps man move his hand
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