Manipulating the Brain for Sensation
Nathan Copeland was only eighteen years old when a car accident robbed him of movement and sensation below the chest. Confined to a wheelchair for the last ten years, Nathan was an ideal candidate for an extraordinary device. He wore a neural implant for six months in the successful... Read more
Finding Pain in the Brain
Pain is a national problem. I’m not talking about the pain of a failed relationship or the terrible sensation of hitting your funny bone against something hard. I’m not talking about scraped knees, the flu or even breaking a bone. Though these are painful experiences, they are short lived.... Read more
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