UppTalk Weekly - digital lunch seminars every Tuesday
UppTalk Weekly is a popular science seminar series via Zoom where you get to enjoy interesting conversations and interdisciplinary panel discussions with researchers from Uppsala University every Tuesday at lunch. The conversations revolve around socially relevant topics and where you as an audience have the opportunity to ask questions to our researchers. UppTalk Weekly is a part of the Faculty for Science and Technology’s online continuing education initiative for alumni and society
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UppTalk Weekly: Brain machine interface and the age of cyborgs
Imagine that a chip implant in your head can cause your thoughts to communicate with prostheses in your body. Sure, this sounds like a total utopia, but it's not. Robin Augustine, associate professor of medical technology, is currently coordinating the European FET OPEN Project B-CRATOS where the first steps are being taken to make this a reality - to start the era of cyborgs.
Previous seminars and panel discussions
All seminars are recorded and can be seen afterwards. Follow the link below to read more about the seminars and link to the recordings.