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Live from Expand: Better Living Through Technology (video)

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Emerging technologies have the potential to impact our health and well being, and we'll be talking with Ekso Bionics' Co-founder & CTO Russ Angold and Intuitive Surgical's Senior Director of Research Catherine Mohr to find out how. March 17, 2013 6:15 PM EDT For a full list of Expand...
Live from Expand: Better Living Through Technology (video)
ReWalk ushers in the age of the exoskeleton

DailyDirt: That The Blind May See

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Most of us take vision for granted, but about 21.5 million adult Americans have trouble seeing, even with glasses or other vision aids. The leading causes of blindness or low vision in the US are age-related eye diseases, and many of the treatments are in fairly early stages of research...
DailyDirt: That The Blind May See
Hercule exoskeleton can help a regular human carry up to 220 pounds

DLD 2013: the gathering of the digital great and good

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Munich's pattern-connecting conference of the future is about to begin, exploring everything from 3D printing to climate predictionWhat can we expect at the ninth DLD in Munich this weekend? Every tech conference now has the inevitable blokes (and it usually is blokes) flogging their books, blokes perpetuating hype about some...
DLD 2013: the gathering of the digital great and good
Ekso's Exoskeletons Let Paraplegics Walk, Will Anyone Actually Wear One?

Exoskeleton Lets The Paralyzed Walk Again

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A research team at the Santa Lucia Foundation in Italy is working on a way to restore the ability to walk to those paralyzed from the waist down, according to New Scientist. To hold the person up and propel them forward, the team created an exoskeleton - a set of...
Exoskeleton Lets The Paralyzed Walk Again

Could exoskeletons help disabled people to be more active?

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New advances in 'Iron Man'-style suits could one day transform the lives of wheelchair users. And that might only be the start ...On a weekday morning in June, 50 people gather at the launch of a new technology shop in a science park outside Cambridge. Dubbed a "store opening" by...
Could exoskeletons help disabled people to be more active?
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