Ian Burkhart plays a guitar video game as part of a study with neural bypass technology. A computer chip in Burkhart`s brain reads his thoughts, decodes them, then sends signals to a sleeve on his arm that allows him to move his hand. Photo: Ohio State University/Batelle Memorial Institute

NeuroLife, the brain implant that can ‘cure’ paralysis

NeuroLife, developed by the institute that helped create the Xerox machine, is the latest paralysis-reversing endeavour to use decoded brain waves to move a paralysed limb

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Ian Burkhart plays a guitar video game as part of a study with neural bypass technology. A computer chip in Burkhart`s brain reads his thoughts, decodes them, then sends signals to a sleeve on his arm that allows him to move his hand. Photo: Ohio State University/Batelle Memorial Institute
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