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10/28/20 Neurotech Pub Episode 2: "What we've got here is failure to communicate". Hosted by Stanford alum Dr. Matt Angle and featuring NPTL alum Dr. Beata Jarosiewicz, NPSL and NPTL alum Associate Professor Vikash Gilja, NPTL postdoc Dr. Sergey Stavisky and NPTL postdoc Dr. Frank Willett. Paradromics. url

10/13/20 Our project led by Dr. Frank Willett (Francis R. Willett, Donald T. Avansino, Leigh Hochberg, Jaimie M. Henderson, Krishna V. Shenoy), "A high-performance handwriting BCI," was recognized with the 1st place in the 2020 Annual BCI Award, unveiled during the 9th Graz Brain-Computer Interface Conference! Video submission (YouTube).

8/3/20 Abate T (2020) How thoughts could one day control electronic prostheses, wirelessly. Stanford Medicine SCOPE. pdf url

3/25/20 Brain mapping study suggests motor regions for the hand also connect to the entire body. Science Daily. url

2/10/19 Rosen M (2019) How to “read” the brain signals underlying human speech. HHMI. pdf url

12/10/19 Williams S (2019) Speech Decoded from Brain Activity in Area for Hand Control. The Scientist. pdf url

12/10/19 Goldman B (2019) Why we talk with our hands — and how that may help give speech to the speechless. Scope, Stanford Medicine. pdf url

10/23/19 Servick K (2019) AI allows paralyzed person to ‘handwrite’ with his mind. Science. doi:10.1126/science.aaz9606 pdf url

9/22/19 Corbyn Z (2019) Are brain implants the future of thinking? The Guardian.  url

9/17/19 Our project led by Dr. Sergey Stavisky (Sergey D. Stavisky, Francis R. Willett, Paymon Rezaii, Leigh R. Hochberg, Krishna V. Shenoy, Jaimie M. Henderson), "Decoding speech from intracortical multielectrode arrays in dorsal motor cortex," was recognized with the 1st place in the 2019 Annual BCI Award, unveiled during the 8th Graz Brain-Computer Interface Conference! Interview with Dr. Sergey Stavisky. Video submission YouTube.

7/31/19 Gao R Searching for the hidden factory underlying the neural code. pdf url

3/15/17 Wise C & Woodruff J, Typing sentences by simply thinking is possible with new technology. PBS News Hour.

Judy Woodruff (PBS News Hour) and Stanford BrainGate Participant

2/21/17 Goldman B, Brain-computer interface advance allows fast, accurate typing by people with paralysis. Stanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.

Professors Jaimie Henderson and Krishna Shenoy (Photo: Paul Sakura/Stanford University)

2/21/17 Svoboda E, Listening in on the brain: A 15-year odyssey. Stanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.

2/21/17 Makin S, Brain–computer interface allows speediest typing to date. Scientific American.

2/21/17 Strickland E, New record: paralyzed man uses brain implant to type eight words per minute. IEEE Spectrum.

1/17-20/2017 World Economic Forum, Davis-Klosters, Switerland. Talk. YouTube video link

11/13/15 Kwon D,Unsupervised, mobile and wireless brain–computer interfaces on the horizon. Scientific American.

11/12/15 Strickland E, Better Brain-Reading Software Compensates for Squishy Brains and Vacuum Cleaner Noise. IEEE Spectrum.

9/29/15 Roston E, Watch Two People With Brain Implants Control Computers With Their Thoughts -- A massive collaboration of doctors and computer scientists gets one step closer to mind-controlled devices. Bloomberg.

6/23/16 Ostrov BF, Research sheds light on how neurons control muscle movementStanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.

5/16/12 BrainGate Research participants using brain-machine interfaces to control the reaching and grasping of robotic arm


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