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Fall 2016


In 1958, the first successful pacemaker (to regulate the rhythmic beating of the heart) was devised. Now researchers and technicians have devised a technology that can record neural signals, thereby connecting brain signals with medical technology. This essay describes the successes and future potential of the NeuroPace device for improving the quality of life for people who are subject to epileptic seizures.


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