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The electrical and chemical communications taking place in the brain are at such high volumes and on such a microscopic scale, that studying these communications with precision in a live human being can be incredibly difficult. The brain's biology is also very complex, and when you consider that each...
Using a neurological interface to control a mechanical exoskeleton might help paralyzed individuals regain partial control of their biological skeleton.
Using a thoughtfully constructed curriculum, the Florida Hospital Nicholson Center helps educate surgeons on best practices and proven techniques in robotic surgery. The course is called “The Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery” and includes both online and in-person training components. The curriculum,...