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Pitt engineer uses ultrasound technology to help people walk again

Pitt engineer uses ultrasound technology to help people walk again

Nature paper unveils bacterial division

Nature paper unveils bacterial division

Sensory feedback facilitates enhanced brainwave control of portable hand-exoskeleton

Sensory feedback facilitates enhanced brainwave control of portable hand-exoskeleton

NSF grant to support development of brain-machine interface to restore walking in people with paraplegia

NSF grant to support development of brain-machine interface to restore walking in people with paraplegia

UCI-led consortium receives $8 million from NSF to develop brain-computer interface

UCI-led consortium receives $8 million from NSF to develop brain-computer interface

Wearable robotic exoskeleton could alleviate crouch gait in children with cerebral palsy

Wearable robotic exoskeleton could alleviate crouch gait in children with cerebral palsy

Exoskeleton device helps man with disabling condition to complete 10K race

Exoskeleton device helps man with disabling condition to complete 10K race

Scientists perform research on human gait assistance by means of ankle-foot exoskeletons

Scientists perform research on human gait assistance by means of ankle-foot exoskeletons

Research project aims to develop wearable robotic system for keyhole surgery

Research project aims to develop wearable robotic system for keyhole surgery

Bionik Laboratories to introduce upper body robot-assisted therapy for stroke victims

Bionik Laboratories to introduce upper body robot-assisted therapy for stroke victims

New wearable lower-limb robot exoskeleton may help improve gait rehabilitation process

New wearable lower-limb robot exoskeleton may help improve gait rehabilitation process

ITESM graduates develop innovative exoskeleton that uses artificial intelligence and augmented reality

ITESM graduates develop innovative exoskeleton that uses artificial intelligence and augmented reality

Long-term brain-machine interface use could lead to recovery in paraplegic patients

Long-term brain-machine interface use could lead to recovery in paraplegic patients

Vodafone IoT technology to power Ekso GT exoskeletons

Vodafone IoT technology to power Ekso GT exoskeletons

New paediatric exoskeleton aims to support children with spinal muscular atrophy

New paediatric exoskeleton aims to support children with spinal muscular atrophy

Wyss Institute partners with ReWalk to accelerate development of wearable, soft exosuits

Wyss Institute partners with ReWalk to accelerate development of wearable, soft exosuits

Super Suits help improve developmental delays in children

Super Suits help improve developmental delays in children

UC San Diego researchers develop novel technique for imaging brain activity in freely walking fruit fly

UC San Diego researchers develop novel technique for imaging brain activity in freely walking fruit fly

Indego exoskeleton receives FDA certification for U.S. use

Indego exoskeleton receives FDA certification for U.S. use

Wearable robotic exoskeleton may enable multiple sclerosis patients to walk more efficiently

Wearable robotic exoskeleton may enable multiple sclerosis patients to walk more efficiently