TechLife News

BRAIN AND ARM IMPLANTS HELP PARALYZED US MAN FEED HIMSELF

A paralyzed man was able to feed himself for the first time in eight years, after doctors implanted sensors in his brain that sent signals to his arm.

Bill Kochevar was paralyzed from the shoulders down after a cycling accident in Cleveland in 2006.

To help him move again, in 2014, doctors surgically placed two tiny

Sie lesen eine Vorschau. Registrieren Sie sich, um mehr zu lesen.

Mehr von TechLife News

TechLife News4 min gelesen
New Technology Brings Old Tlingit Hat Back To Alaska
A Tlingit clan hat was welcomed back to southeast Alaska with ceremony and dance after spending more than a century away. A ceremony Sept. 25 included both an original sculpin hat that was taken in 1884 from Sitka and became part of the Smithsonian I
TechLife News3 min gelesen
The Tech Is Advanced, But ‘Gemini Man’ Is Lifeless
Will Smith is usually an asset for a movie. He’s the kind of true movie star whose charisma can elevate even the most mediocre material. You’d think then that it would be a good thing to have not just one but two Will Smiths in a movie if you can. Th
TechLife News4 min gelesen
Nobel Prize Honors Breakthroughs On Lithium-ion Batteries
If you’re reading this on a mobile phone or laptop computer, you might thank this year’s three laureates for the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on lithium-ion batteries. Yet the batteries developed by the British, American and Japanese winne