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Mental research at UW-Madison could correct disabilities

Madison, Wis. -- UW-Madison scientists have research on the brain. In the past few months, university biomedical researchers have been pouring their time and effort into projects that can combat neural disorders and help patients live normal lives. With the projects now entering the area of human testing and getting closer to market, their attention to detail h......

Full article >>> ry area in particular has been highly active, showing that pinpointing the exact spot may not be as important to treatments.

"It lays a groundwork that we might not have to find the exact right spot -- there's many areas where they can learn to adapt," Williams said.

Williams said that they hope to move the project forward over the next few months once more volunteers are availab......

Full article >>> company is currently raising money from investors to conduct further clinical trials of the system, and is studying new markets such as connecting Navy SEALS directly to sonar equipment underwater. Wicab hopes to have BrainPort approved by the government and made available to the general public within a year.

"The focus is now on the markets, who this could benefit and how large those mar......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 12/08/04


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