Harnessing Brain Power

A concept that began in 2010 at the University of Michigan’s Direct Brain Interface Laboratory in Ann Arbor has become the foundation of Neurable, a promising new startup. The company — founded by former U-M student researchers Ramses Alcaide, Michael Thompson, James Hamet and Adam Molnar — recently moved from Ann Arbor to Cambridge, Mass., after securing $2 million in seed funding to bring its software platform to market.

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