New Nerve and Muscle Interfaces Aid Wounded Warrior Amputees

New Nerve and Muscle Interfaces Aid Wounded Warrior Amputees

By Geraldine Cook
June 05, 2013

Since 2000, more than 2,000 service members have suffered amputated limbs. DARPA’s breakthrough research with advanced prosthetic limbs controlled by brain interfaces is well documented, but such research is currently limited to quadriplegics; practical applications of brain interfaces for amputees are still in the future

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