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Tiny implants that connect to nerve cells could make it easier to control prosthetic limbs.
Surgically installing prostheses into bones works better than traditional methods, but it still presents a significant risk of infection.
A tiny radio chip implanted in a moth harvests power and senses neural activity.
Thanks to a new surgical procedure, arm amputees can intuitively control a bionic limb for the first time.
Hugh Herr explains the scientific evidence behind the decision.
A study gives a first demonstration that brain-machine interfaces can include touch feedback.
Sensory feedback via the tongue might improve neural prostheses.
Neural implants could benefit from coated electrodes.