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Neuroscientists show how the brain responds to texture

Neuroscientists show how the brain responds to texture

Scientists develop new device to test cancer drug combinations quickly and cheaply

Scientists develop new device to test cancer drug combinations quickly and cheaply

Researcher investigates how people with functional disabilities experience their lives

Researcher investigates how people with functional disabilities experience their lives

MIT researchers develop new navigation system for visually impaired people

MIT researchers develop new navigation system for visually impaired people

Innovative software allows deaf-blind persons to enjoy television content without intermediaries

Innovative software allows deaf-blind persons to enjoy television content without intermediaries

Brain makes new connections in blind people to enhance compensatory abilities

Brain makes new connections in blind people to enhance compensatory abilities

Learning complex tactile tasks activates the visual cortex

Learning complex tactile tasks activates the visual cortex

Braille maps created to help blind, visually impaired people navigate local training center

Braille maps created to help blind, visually impaired people navigate local training center

KNFB Reader named winner of Best Assistive iOS App of the year

KNFB Reader named winner of Best Assistive iOS App of the year

Mechatronic engineers create bracelet that makes mobility simpler and safer for blind people

Mechatronic engineers create bracelet that makes mobility simpler and safer for blind people

Brainpaths neurological device stimulates brain‘s sensory cortex

Brainpaths neurological device stimulates brain‘s sensory cortex

OIB Program helps older Californians with blindness to live and work independently

OIB Program helps older Californians with blindness to live and work independently

ETH Zurich researchers demonstrate promising method to fabricate cellulose-sheaths for implants

ETH Zurich researchers demonstrate promising method to fabricate cellulose-sheaths for implants

Biomedical engineering professor wins prestigious 2014 Early Career Achievement Award

Biomedical engineering professor wins prestigious 2014 Early Career Achievement Award

Study provides new knowledge about EphA2 receptor involved in several forms of cancer

Study provides new knowledge about EphA2 receptor involved in several forms of cancer

Passive stimulation improves sense of touch and motor skills in stroke patients

Passive stimulation improves sense of touch and motor skills in stroke patients

Neuroscientists develop stimulation glove for patients suffering from stroke-related impairments

Neuroscientists develop stimulation glove for patients suffering from stroke-related impairments

Innovation leads to faster drug therapies, increased understanding of proteins on microscopic level

Innovation leads to faster drug therapies, increased understanding of proteins on microscopic level

Unique approach to help discover how cell changes shape in response to topographies

Unique approach to help discover how cell changes shape in response to topographies

Haptics improve outcomes in people with visual prosthetics

Haptics improve outcomes in people with visual prosthetics