PBS News Hour

Experimental technology works to bring back sense of touch for those living with paralysis

Miles O’Brien reports on a project run by the Cleveland Functional Electrical Stimulation Center

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The New York Times

The Brain Implants That Could Change Humanity

Brains are talking to computers, and computers to brains. Are our daydreams safe?

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American Medicine Today

ep145 – Dr. Robert Kirsch – FES Center Brain Interfaces

#BackToLife

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The Washington Post

Spinal cord injury patients can imagine resuming many activities because of new technologies

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Cleveland Scene

Documentary Film ‘I Am Human’ to Have Its Cleveland Premiere on Jan. 30 at the Hanna Theatre

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Spectrum News 1

“I Am Human” Premieres in Cleveland

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Cleveland’s Morning News with Wills and Snyder

“I Am Human” Interview

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FreshWater Cleveland

The real-life bionic people: Cleveland FES Center uses technology to help people with paralysis

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The Sound of Ideas | ideastream

Community Action Poverty Simulation; “I Am Human” Documentary

Meet a filmmaker and a researcher who worked on "I Am Human" -- a documentary premiering January 30 in Cleveland.

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Cleveland Magazine

I Am Human Documentary Features FES Center, CWRU

The documentary premieres in Cleveland Thursday, followed by a panel with the filmmakers and featured scientists.

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WKYC

New technology helps man find freedom despite paralysis

The Cleveland VA, Case Western Reserve and University Hospitals collaborated for a documentary that showcases the journey of brain interface technology

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News 5 Cleveland

Clinical trial starting in Cleveland to help patients with paralysis regain movement

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