Brain in hand - personal technology for independant living

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“This is an exciting new venture that brings together experts from industry, academia, and the NHS to develop and evaluate new technologies that can help people who have had a brain injury. What is key for us is that the technology is easily accessible, is user-friendly, and will improve independence and quality of life for people with brain injuries.” That’s what Clinical Psychologist and Honorary Professor, Roshan dasNair, from Nottingham University says about research with Brain in Hand.

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