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USF Scientists, Engineers Tackle Cerebral Challenges

USF researchers are working to create a device that could be implanted in a person's brain to replace functionality destroyed by injury or disease.

The idea is to implant a device that won't be rejected by the body, much like the process used when a pacemaker is implanted in the heart.

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Diane Egner is the publisher and managing editor at 83 Degrees Media in the Tampa Bay region of Florida. 
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