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Powered exoskeleton provides more independence to people with severe spinal cord injuries

Powered exoskeleton provides more independence to people with severe spinal cord injuries

Legs of grasshoppers and crabs have ideal shape to resist bending and compression

Legs of grasshoppers and crabs have ideal shape to resist bending and compression

Preliminary research findings from Kessler Foundation’s Ekso device study on SCI

Preliminary research findings from Kessler Foundation’s Ekso device study on SCI

ARGO Medical, Cyclone Technologies announce availability of ReWalk exoskeleton system

ARGO Medical, Cyclone Technologies announce availability of ReWalk exoskeleton system

Exoskeleton technology now available to take home

Exoskeleton technology now available to take home

New neurotechnology aims to help rehabilitate stroke survivors

New neurotechnology aims to help rehabilitate stroke survivors

Ekso Bionics, Kessler Foundation partner to test commercial robotic exoskeleton

Ekso Bionics, Kessler Foundation partner to test commercial robotic exoskeleton

Kessler scientists monitor Ekso device in six patients with traumatic SCI

Kessler scientists monitor Ekso device in six patients with traumatic SCI

Simple roundworm may serve as ideal skin wound healing lab model

Simple roundworm may serve as ideal skin wound healing lab model

The paralyzed could walk again with a “prosthetic exoskeleton”

The paralyzed could walk again with a “prosthetic exoskeleton”

First lower-limb prosthetic with powered knee and ankle joints

First lower-limb prosthetic with powered knee and ankle joints

Engineers work to design prosthetic arm that allows amputees to feel what they touch

Engineers work to design prosthetic arm that allows amputees to feel what they touch

Noninvasive brain computer interface could turn thoughts into motion

Noninvasive brain computer interface could turn thoughts into motion

Equipois debuts x-Ar exoskeletal arm support system for manual tasks at Applied Ergonomics Conference

Equipois debuts x-Ar exoskeletal arm support system for manual tasks at Applied Ergonomics Conference

Exoskeletons, powered prostheses and optical sensory devices market to exceed $877 million in 2020: Study

Exoskeletons, powered prostheses and optical sensory devices market to exceed $877 million in 2020: Study

Image of a water flea wins top prize in the 2009 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition

Image of a water flea wins top prize in the 2009 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition

New Interoperable Telesurgical software protocol

New Interoperable Telesurgical software protocol

Cholera study provides exciting new way of looking at infectious disease

Cholera study provides exciting new way of looking at infectious disease

New Zeiss microscope peers into secret lives of cells

New Zeiss microscope peers into secret lives of cells

3D fruit fly images to benefit brain research

3D fruit fly images to benefit brain research