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Scientists inject information into the brains of monkeys

MailOnline Thursday, 7 December 2017
Scientists inject information into the brains of monkeysResearchers from the University of Rochester found that delivering tiny electrical currents to the premotor cortex of monkeys can essentially provide ‘instructions’ that guide their movements.
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