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New compact and affordable device for recording brain activity

New compact and affordable device for recording brain activity

Engineer receives $2.1 million grant to test a treatment strategy for children with cerebral palsy

Engineer receives $2.1 million grant to test a treatment strategy for children with cerebral palsy

$1.7 million NIH funding to develop new type of powered exoskeleton for lower limbs

$1.7 million NIH funding to develop new type of powered exoskeleton for lower limbs

Exoskeleton-assisted rehabilitation can help treat stroke survivors

Exoskeleton-assisted rehabilitation can help treat stroke survivors

Magnetic beads could offer much more precise control of prosthetic limbs

Magnetic beads could offer much more precise control of prosthetic limbs

Exoskeletons designed to reduce lower back pain may compete with valuable resources in the brain

Exoskeletons designed to reduce lower back pain may compete with valuable resources in the brain

NAU mechanical engineer awarded NSF grant to pioneer wearable rehabilitation strategy

NAU mechanical engineer awarded NSF grant to pioneer wearable rehabilitation strategy

Exoskeleton-assisted walking helps people with spinal cord injury evacuate stool more efficiently

Exoskeleton-assisted walking helps people with spinal cord injury evacuate stool more efficiently

REAER is a promising therapy for improving the lives of people with multiple sclerosis

REAER is a promising therapy for improving the lives of people with multiple sclerosis

Ankle exoskeleton system increases self-selected walking speed

Ankle exoskeleton system increases self-selected walking speed

New research could help solve major challenge in the deployment of COVID-19 vaccines

New research could help solve major challenge in the deployment of COVID-19 vaccines

Rice University, Houston Methodist launch collaboration to solve clinical problems with neurorobotics

Rice University, Houston Methodist launch collaboration to solve clinical problems with neurorobotics

New projects to use EBRAINS platform to increase the scope of its applications

New projects to use EBRAINS platform to increase the scope of its applications

Computer vision and deep-learning AI combined in self-walking robotic exoskeletons

Computer vision and deep-learning AI combined in self-walking robotic exoskeletons

Robotic exoskeleton gait training may aid early rehabilitation for stroke

Robotic exoskeleton gait training may aid early rehabilitation for stroke

Robotic device powered by patients’ own brains helps improve stroke rehabilitation

Robotic device powered by patients’ own brains helps improve stroke rehabilitation

Robotic exoskeletons improve motor function in adolescents with acquired brain injury

Robotic exoskeletons improve motor function in adolescents with acquired brain injury

Individuals with spinal cord injury show improvements in mobility with exoskeleton-assisted walking

Individuals with spinal cord injury show improvements in mobility with exoskeleton-assisted walking

Wearable exoskeletons could reduce physical strain in nurses

Wearable exoskeletons could reduce physical strain in nurses

UT research enables intuitive human control of wearable robots to improve mobility of paretic patients

UT research enables intuitive human control of wearable robots to improve mobility of paretic patients