“Nicolelis Lab Series – 20 Years of Brain-Machine Interface Research”, make available to the public the scientific articles produced in 20 years of research in the Nicolelis Labs.
Brain - controlled, non-invasive muscle stimulation allows chronic paraplegics to walk again and exhibit partial motor recovery
Miguel Nicolelis and Laís Souza talk about physical rehabilitation in an interview on the show Conversa com Bial
Walk Again Project participates on the 25th Brazilian Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Students from the Scientists of the Future Project present new technologies in the ISD Showcase of Works
Celebrating two years of the worldwide introduction of the exoskeleton, the Walk Again Project is the theme of an article on Newsweek Magazine
Study of microelectrode arrays is the presentation theme of the Scientists of the Future students at the Neuroengineering Symposium
The Walk Again Project Scientific Team participates in the 9th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation– WCNR 2016