Functional Neurosurgery News
PBS News Hour reports on how new technology is allowing people with paralysis to type, just by thinking about it.
Stanford Neurosurgeon, Dr. Jaimie Henderson, tells PBS News Hour about new brain-computing interface technology that is allowing people who are paralyzed to communicate.
Stanford researchers develop brain-controlled typing for people with paralysis
2/21/17 Brain-computer interface advance allows fast, accurate typing by people with paralysis. Stanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.
2/21/17 Listening in on the brain: A 15-year odyssey. Stanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.
2/21/17 Brain–computer interface allows speediest typing to date. Scientific American.
2/21/17 New record: paralyzed man uses brain implant to type eight words per minute. IEEE Spectrum.
11/13/15 Unsupervised, mobile and wireless brain–computer interfaces on the horizon. Scientific American.
11/12/15 Better Brain-Reading Software Compensates for Squishy Brains and Vacuum Cleaner Noise IEEE Spectrum.
9/29/15 Watch Two People With Brain Implants Control Computers With Their Thoughts--A massive collaboration of doctors and computer scientists gets one step closer to mind-controlled devices. Bloomberg
6/23/16 Research sheds light on how neurons control muscle movement. Stanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.