New Scientist names the Best Stories of 2015
Brain implant lets rats ‘see’ infrared light
This is Your Brain. This is Your Brain as a Weapon.
Can we create an artificial brain?
Pushing the Limits: Merging the power of multiple brains.
Mind-control exoskeleton gives unprecedented paralysis recovery
The Verge names Dr. Nicolelis as one of The Verge 50 for 2014 – one of 50 people whose groundbreaking work is likely to shape the next 50 years.
Scientist Touts Exoskeleton That Could Offer A Chance To Walk Again
The Dream Kickoff
Mind-controlled robotic suit to debut at World Cup 2014
Brain-Controllled Kick to Open This Year’ World Cup Soccer
Bionic exoskeleton will allow paralyzed teen to deliver first kick at World Cup
New York Times
Computer-Brain Interfaces Making Big Leaps
Mind-controlled prostheses offer hope for disabled
Nicolelis research named in one of the top scientific breakthroughs of 2012 by Science Magazine
Building Up Brazilian Brain Research
Science Career’s selects “Building Up Brazilian Brain Research” by Susan Gaidos as one of the top stories in 2012.
Mind in Motion
Mind Out of Body (book excerpt)
February 2011 Volume 304, Number 2
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Controlling Robots with the Mind
Special Edition on Robotics 2008
(revised article from SciAm 2002)
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Living with Ghostly Limbs
Scientific American Mind
December 2007/January 2008
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Seeking the Neural Code
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