Sheila Nirenberg: Eine Augenprothese gegen Blindheit

TEDMED 2011 · 10:01 · Filmed Oct 2011
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Bei TEDMED stellt Sheila Nirenberg eine bahnbrechende Methode vor, um Menschen mit bestimmten Arten von Blindheit ihr Augenlicht wiederzugeben: Der Sehnerv wird angezapft und empfängt Signale von einer Kamera, um sie direkt ins Gehirn weiterzuleiten.

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Sheila Nirenberg studies how the brain encodes information — possibly allowing us to decode it, and maybe develop prosthetic sensory devices. Full bio



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