Neuroprosthetic researchers explore frontiers of touch

05/8/2013 | Nature (free content)

Control of prosthetic limbs with the mind alone is no longer unusual, and now researchers are dealing with the complex issue of allowing patients to feel the objects they are handling. Among the techniques under investigation are threading nerve endings in residual limbs with electrodes, and rewiring nerves to give sensory feedback through skin or muscles.

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