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Each year, the annual R&D 100 Awards recognize the most significant technologies created during the previous year. Some of the world’s most innovative organizations vie for recognition and winning one of the coveted awards is a widely recognized stamp of validation—they’re known as the “Oscars of Innovation” for a good reason. This year, scientists and engineers from Battelle brought fascinating technology to the event and were rewarded with a top prize. NeuroLife®, a Battelle-invented system that currently allows a paralyzed man to have conscious control of his fingers, hand and wrist—via his thoughts—took home three prizes.
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Originally published November 7, 2016.