Ohio State researcher says Battelle brain-computer interface for paralysis could save $7B in annual home-care costs

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If it were adapted for home use, Battelle's technology that enables a man to move his paralyzed hand with his thoughts could save about $7 billion annually in home-care costs for people with quadraplegia in the U.S., the lead researcher at Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center said. Dr. Marcie Bockbrader, a physical rehabilitation specialist and OSU assistant professor, is working to finish a grant application ahead of a Saturday due date to fund the next round or research with Ian Burkhart,…
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Ohio State researcher says Battelle brain-computer interface for paralysis could save $7B in annual home-care costs

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