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Originally posted to PLOS BLOGS in 2012, in this podcast, former PLOS Biology Editor Ruchir Shah talks with Brian Pasley, PhD and Robert (Bob) Knight, MD, about the groundbreaking work behind their influential article in PLOS Biology: “Reconstructing speech
With $26 million for a five year project that began on June 1st, the Center for Neural Engineering and Prostheses (CNEP) group, which includes the Knight Lab, is developing brain-machine interfaces with an initial focus on repairing
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