Miguel Nicolelis: "Beyond Boundaries" (Rebroadcast)
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Diane and her guest discuss the new neuroscience of connecting brains with machines--and how it will change our lives. Award-winning neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis' work with primates has uncovered a new and controversial method for capturing brain function. It is paving the way for a cure for Parkinson's disease, new ways of treating paralysis, and using brain waves to control everything from transportation to manufacturing.
founder of the Duke University Center for Bioengineering. "Scientific American" has named him one of the twenty most influential scientists in the world.
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