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Zell Lurie invests in hands free virtual reality company, Neurable

On June 27, the Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund (ZLCF) invested in Neurable, a startup founded by University of Michigan alumni Ramses Alcaide (PhD Neuroscience ’16) and Michael Thompson (MBA ’17). Neurable uses brain computer interfaces, non-invasive technology that allows the cerebral activity in the brain to control computers, creating a hands-free brain-computer interaction. Neurable focuses […]