Virtual reality could be the answer to treating phantom pain
Immersive virtual reality has huge potential in medicine.
Robots learn to walk naturally by understanding their bodies
Self-aware algorithms and flexible joints help them move more like humans.
Algorithm shows the data you give away when clicking suggested links
Researchers found the best way to surf recommendation engines without giving up privacy.
Mind-controlled robot gives the disabled a taste of home
A brain-guided telepresence robot can stand in for people with motor disabilities.
Flexible spinal cord implants will let paralyzed people walk
Doctors dream of helping the paralzyed walk through implants that stimulate their spinal cords, bu...
Scientists build a robot arm that catches objects in the blink of an eye
Humans are good at catching fast-moving objects -- just ask any baseball fan. Robots typically la...
EPFL mixes graphene and molybdenite to make very efficient, flexible flash memory
We've seen graphene chips, and we've seen molybdenite chips. What would happen if we combined the...
Swiss bionic hand offers true sensations through the nervous system
Those wearing bionic hands and similar prostheses often suffer a frustrating disconnect when they...