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BrainCom objectives and use of graphene presented in Reuters and in El País

Two short videos have been released by the Reuters news agency and the spanish newspaper El País in the section “El futuro es apasionante” about BrainCom and the use of graphene for neural sensing. The former can be found in the following link: https://www.reuters.com/video/2018/03/07/graphene-brain-implant-could-turn-though?videoId=406946397 The latter, in spanish, can be found in the following link:

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ICREA Prof. Jose A. Garrido explains BrainCom to the Dutch radio station BNR

A team of European researchers is working on a brain implant that will eventually convert thoughts into speech. It is meant for people who have lost language processing and communication abilities. ICREA Professor José Antonio Garrido, leader of the ICN2 Advanced Electronic Materials and Devices Group and coordinator of the BrainCom project, explains how it works and why we should

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Graphene to restore speech at the MWC

As we have already reported, the GSMA Mobile World Congress returned to Barcelona and with it, the Graphene Pavilion. Back for the third year, the aim of this space is to bring graphene and related 2D materials to life for the diverse public that this congress attracts. With over 107,000 visitors from 205 countries, the

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Dr. Rainey gives an interview about ethics in neuroscience

Dr. Stephen Rainey, research fellow at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, and co-worker in the BrainCom project gave an interview which you can find in the following link: 006 – Dr. Stephen Rainey The main topics discussed in the interview are ethics in neuroscience, including issues faced by the neuroprosthetics developed within the

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