Miguel Nicolelis

Portuguese, Brazil

Nature, dance, football and science: find out more details about the World Cup opening ceremony

09/06/2014 - 23:30
Before the match on 12 June, the world will be able to watch the tournament’s first kick-off, which will be taken by a paraplegic patient, as part of a demonstration put on by the Walk Again project

Walk Again Project: “Results much higher than expected”, says neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis

01/05/2014 - 12:59
Neuroscientist said that patients were moved in their first contact with the exoskeleton. They are already learning to use the robot vest, which will allow a paraplegic patient to take the World Cup's first kick-off

Researchers of the Walk Again Project share their expectations in relation to the World Cup’s first kick-off

15/01/2014 - 15:09
Scientists of the International Neuroscience Institute in Natal talk about what motivated them to invest their efforts in the project

Initial kick-off: Walk Again Project starts testing stage with Brazilian patients

15/01/2014 - 12:52
This month, they will learn how to interact with a virtual environment, an essential stage before using the exoskeleton, which should arrive in Brazil in February. The project, which will enable a paraplegic person to take the first kick-off at the World Cup, is on schedule
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