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The effects of deep brain stimulation on movement disorders

For the first time, Berlin scientists have successfully described the physiological processes during deep brain stimulation in patients with dystonia (January 2015).

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Fine motor skills for robotic hands

Göttingen neuroscientists can predict grip movements of the hand by measuring brain cell activity (January 2015).

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Potential aid for stroke victims

Tübingen study shows electrical stimulation helps patients learning to use a brain-controlled robot arm (March 2014).

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Hearing with light

An international research team led by Göttingen develops a cochlear implant that uses light signals to stimulate the inner ear (March 2014).

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The rhythms of chronic depression

Deep brain stimulation provides Berlin researchers with new insights into chronic depression (February 2014).

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