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Neural Interface Research

Neural interfaces provide direct connections between brains and technology. They can interpret and stimulate neural activity to bypass biological motor and sensory pathways.


Restore function, augment natural abilities, and interface with technology in unprecedented ways.



Integrated neural interface research at the intersection of restoration, augmentation and intelligent systems




Advance Functional Restoration

To restore lost function to individuals with sensory, motor, or cognitive disabilities.




Augment natural ability

To interact with the physical and virtual world in new or enhanced ways.




Integrate biological and artificial intelligence

To control complex systems at the speed of thought.




Develop new non-surgical neurotechnologies

To access the brain at high resolution in non-invasive and wearable form factors using advanced optical imaging techniques.




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