Redefining the boundaries of human capabilities requires pioneers.

Neuralink is currently seeking people with quadriplegia to participate in a groundbreaking investigational medical device clinical trial for our brain-computer interface.

If you have quadriplegia and want to explore new ways of controlling your computer, please consider joining our Patient Registry.

Our Mission

Create a generalized brain interface to restore autonomy to those with unmet medical needs today and unlock human potential tomorrow.

Who It's For
Our Approach
What's Next
Brain-computer interfaces have the potential to change lives for the better. We want to bring this technology from the lab into peoples' homes.
Potential Impact

Brain-computer interfaces have the potential to change lives for the better. We want to bring this technology from the lab into peoples' homes.

Who It's For
Who It's For

We are currently focused on giving people with quadriplegia the ability to control their computers and mobile devices with their thoughts.

Our Approach
Our Approach

We keep the people who will use our products in mind, emphasizing safety, accessibility, and reliability during our engineering process.

What's Next
What's Next

In the future, we hope to restore capabilities such as vision, motor function, and speech, and eventually expand how we experience the world.

  1. Implant

    Our brain-computer interface is fully implantable, cosmetically invisible, and designed to let you control a computer or mobile device anywhere you go.

  2. Implant

    Biocompatible Enclosure

    The N1 Implant is hermetically sealed in a biocompatible enclosure that withstands physiological conditions several times harsher than those in the human body.

  3. Implant


    The N1 Implant is powered by a small battery charged wirelessly from the outside via a compact, inductive charger that enables easy use from anywhere.

  4. Implant

    Chips and Electronics

    Advanced, custom, low-power chips and electronics process neural signals, transmitting them wirelessly to the Neuralink Application, which decodes the data stream into actions and intents.

  5. Implant


    The N1 Implant records neural activity through 1024 electrodes distributed across 64 threads. These highly-flexible, ultra-thin threads are key to minimize damage during implantation and beyond.

Implant Casing
Ferrite Enclosure
Implant Battery
Implant System on a Chip
Implant Threads
Implant Bottom Casing
  1. Surgical Robot

    The threads of our implant are so fine that they can't be inserted by the human hand. Our surgical robot has been designed to reliably and efficiently insert these threads exactly where they need to be.

  2. Surgical Robot

    Base Structure

    The base structure and motion stage provide the structural platform for the robot head and the primary 3 axis linear motion used to position the robot head and needle.

  3. Surgical Robot

    Robot Head

    The robot head contains the optics and sensors of 5 camera systems and the optics for an optical coherence tomography (OCT) system.

  4. Surgical Robot


    The needle, which is thinner than a human hair, grasps, inserts, and releases threads.

Surgical Robot Main
Surgical Robot Base
Surgical Robot Head
Surgical Robot Needle

A Seamless BCI Experience

To restore independence and improve lives, we’ve built a brain-computer interface (BCI) experience that enables fast and reliable computer control and prioritizes ease of use.

Patient Registry

If you're interested in learning whether you may qualify for current and/or future Neuralink clinical trials, consider joining our Patient Registry.

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Developing brain-computer interfaces is an interdisciplinary challenge. We are looking to hire a wide range of people with diverse engineering, scientific, and operations expertise.

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