Restoring freedom through brain–computer interfaces
We're building powerful, minimally invasive brain implants that will help provide breakthrough treatments to people with neurological conditions.
The next generation of neural engineering
What if you could create a fast, seamless connection between the human brain and a computer?
Introducing our high resolution electrode arrays, part of a complete, implantable system.Learn more
Non-damaging, upgradeable interfaces
Our electrode arrays will be implanted using a novel, minimally invasive, cranial micro-slit technique. Unlike other approaches, Precision’s surgery is designed to be fully reversible. The arrays are configured to conform to the surface of the brain, maximizing bandwidth without doing damage to brain tissue.
Everyone deserves an unrestricted life
Tens of millions of people are impacted by severe neurological conditions for which there is no cure, such as stroke, dementia, and traumatic brain injury. Brain–computer interfaces promise a way forward, but they’ve never been available for mass adoption. That's where we come in.
Publications + Press
Precision Neuroscience is making brain implants safer, smarter and reversibleBY Devin Coldewey
An ultra-thin electrode array that doesn’t need to pierce the brain at all, yet can collect hundreds of times more data than traditional arrays.BY Devin Coldewey
Brain-computer interfaces and the future of neural engineering with Dr. Benjamin RapoportBY Molly Wood
Dr. Benjamin Rapoport joins Molly to discuss how the brain communicates with the body and the breakthroughs that allowed companies like Precision to exist.BY Molly Wood
Precision Neuroscience, co-founded by Neuralink alum, is creating a brain implant thinner than a human hairBY Ashley Capoot
The company announced a $41 million Series B funding round Wednesday, bringing its total to $53 million in under two years.BY Ashley Capoot
Brain implant thinner than hair: How a novel technology may allow people to use devices with their mindBY Angelica Stabile
Precision Neuroscience leaders share 'profound' benefits of breakthrough application.BY Angelica Stabile
BCI developer Precision Neuroscience raises $41M Series BBY Sean Whooley
Precision Neuro, co-created by a founding member of Elon Musk’s Neuralink BCI venture, has been developing its BCI since 2021.BY Sean Whooley
Ex-Neuralink Executive Raises $41 Million for New Brain StartupBY Sarah McBride
Precision Neuroscience is part of a growing class of tech startups targeting the human brain.BY Sarah McBride
Precision Neuroscience Raises $41 Million to Build and Scale the Next Generation of Treatments for Neurological IllnessesBY Precision Neuroscience
The brain–computer interface company advances the industry with plans for a minimally invasive, reversible implant.BY Precision Neuroscience
Craig Mermel on working at Google and Apple and now at Precision NeuroscienceBY Ladan Jiracek
Learn how Craig Mermel went from working at Apple and Google to Precision Neuroscience.BY Ladan Jiracek
Craig Mermel and Dan Trietsch Join Precision Neuroscience as Machine Learning and Software LeadsBY Precision Neuroscience
Brain-computer interface startup Precision Neuroscience hires technical leads from Google and Apple.BY Precision Neuroscience
The Layer 7 Cortical InterfaceBY Elton Ho, Mark Hettick, Demetrios Papageorgiou, Adam J. Poole, Manuel Monge, Maria Vomero, Kate R. Gelman, Timothy Hanson, Vanessa Tolosa, Michael Mager, Benjamin I. Rapoport
A system for restoring, replacing, and augmenting lost or impaired neurological function in a variety of contexts.BY Elton Ho, Mark Hettick, Demetrios Papageorgiou, Adam J. Poole, Manuel Monge, Maria Vomero, Kate R. Gelman, Timothy Hanson, Vanessa Tolosa, Michael Mager, Benjamin I. Rapoport
Four brain–computer interface companies you should watch (other than Neuralink)BY Elissa Welle
A handful of other companies have been gaining momentum–and money.BY Elissa Welle