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Voice of America covers the lab's DARPA-funded work to create minutely invasive brain interfaces
DARPA, the main research and development arm of the U.S. Department of Defense, is funding researchers to develop wearable devices that would have military applications such as using the mind to control unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs, commonly known as drones. Instead of using brain implants to achieve this, DARPA is looking for non-invasive to minutely invasive ways of interfacing with the machine. VOA’s Elizabeth Lee got a close-up look at one team’s work at Rice Universi
Daniel's article about C. elegans sleep states featured in The Scientist
Microfluidic Chambers Trigger Sleep in C. elegans This newly described behavior occurs spontaneously, but can be modulated by food availability, temperature, and the size of the chambers.
KHOU visits lab to discuss minutely invasive brain interfaces
Rice researchers given $18M grant to develop mind-reading helmet
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