Celebrating two years of the worldwide introduction of the exoskeleton, the Walk Again Project is the theme of an article on Newsweek Magazine

After two years of the exoskeleton’s introduction on the opening of the Soccer World Cup, with the initial kick of the championship, the American magazine Newsweek published, on June 14, an article entitled Solving Paralysis Using Brain Computer Interface, inside the Technology and Science section of the digital channel.

Approaching the perspective of the Walk Again Project and its ongoing studies, the article discusses the recent results and researches on the Brain Computer Interface (BCI), and provides details of new applications for using this technology.

The results that have already been obtained and the future of the research on BCI provide quite promising perspectives for the entire society, in the sense of contributing to improve the quality of life of patients with spinal injuries and other neurological dysfunctions.

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