January 21, 2016      

Human trials of assistive technology have been very promising, as devices move from research to commercialization. Wearable robotics and exoskeletons have helped restore lost limb functions resulting from brain damage, allowing injured war veterans to walk again.

Soft robotic gloves can bring relief to stroke patients by helping them open their hands, and therapists and doctors can tailor spinal treatment to patients.

Not only can the injured or elderly benefit from such healthcare robotics; y...

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