Dieck Chairs Firm Aiming For First Endovasc Neural Interface To Power Robotic Limbs
This article was originally published in Clinica
Newly launched Synchron has appointed neurovascular device industry veteran, Martin Dieck, as chairman. The Silicon Valley-headquartered company hopes to tap into Dieck’s experience in this space to help it bring to market the world's first endovascular neural interface to power robotic limbs, using a neural-recording device implanted in the brain.
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