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Podcast: Inside WPI’s AIM Robotics Lab
An inside look at WPI's Automation and Interventional Medicine (AIM) Robotics Research Laboratory and the work being done to create medical robots and robot-assisted surgery.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Assistive Robots Vital to Future of Elder Care
With an aging population and a shortage of healthcare professionals, high mortality rates and re-admission likely will occur. If there was ever a time for assistive robots to step in, now would be the time.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Tiny Origami Robot is an Ingestible Surgeon
Robot unfolds from ingestible capsule, removes button battery stuck to wall of simulated stomach.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Podcast: Robots Revolutionizing Autism Therapy
Jared Peters, co-founder of Origami Robotics, has been an autism educator for twelve years and has spent thousands of hours with kids on the spectrum. Peters joined The Robotics Trends Show to discuss how robots are revolutionizing autism therapy and how this area of robotics will continue to improve.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
How UCLA Uses a Robot Arm to Study Knee Injuries
UCLA is using an industrial robot arm from KUKA Robotics to simulate the extreme forces athletes’ knees endure, shedding new light on how the knee works, how it gets injured and how best to repair it.
Health & Sports · Sports & Fitness · Medical Robots
CMU’s Robotic Leg Gives Amputees Better Balance
Carnegie Mellon University has developed a control strategy based on human reflexes that has shown promise in simulation, producing stable walking gaits over uneven terrain and better recovery from trips and shoves.
Health & Sports · Wearable Robots · Medical Robots
Japan to Create More User-Friendly Elderly Care Robots
The Japanese government said companies that have created elderly care robots did not sufficiently incorporate the opinions of relevant people, some of their products were too large or too expensive and consequently not used.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
How 3D Printed Stem Cells Could Reduce Animal Testing
Researchers at Heriot-Watt University have developed a method to 3D print stem cells to test pharmaceutical drugs, tailor treatments for people, and reduce the dependence on live animal testing.
Robot Fun · 3D Printers · Health & Sports · Medical Robots
AI Cutting Development of Cancer Drug in Half
Berg Health has developed an AI that will allow it to be more "predictive and effective" during the development of its cancer-fighting drug BPM31510 and cut the time to market from 14 years to seven.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
New System Makes 3D-Printed Heart in Hours
A new system from MIT and Boston Children’s Hospital researchers converts MRI scans into 3D-printed heart models. The models could provide a more intuitive way for surgeons to assess and prepare for the anatomical idiosyncrasies of individual patients.
Robot Fun · 3D Printers · Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Robotically-Steered Needles May Improve Diagnostic Procedures
The University of Twente has developed a robot-assisted system for steering flexible needles that can reach their target in tissue with sub-millimeter level accuracy.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Surgical Robot Performs Historic Kidney Transplant
A sister-to-sister kidney transplant in France is the first to combine robotics, vaginal access and the donated organ's implantation immediately after its removal.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Watch: Robotic Arm Helps Stroke Patient Recover
The Hocoma ArmeoSpring robotic arm helps patients regain their motor function after a stroke or any neurological injury, helping with tasks like lifting and placing items in a basket. Here's one patient's story.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Exoskeleton Helps Paraplegic Defy All Odds
Robbie Drescher became a paraplegic at 14 when he was diagnosed with a rare disease called Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome. He was told he'd never walk again, but he's defying the odds thanks to an exoskeleton from ReWalk Robotics.
Health & Sports · Wearable Robots · Medical Robots
ReWalk Robotics Exoskeleton Helps NH Man Walk Again
Corey Cook was left paralyzed from the chest down after a diving accident three years ago. Now, with the help of a ReWalk Robotics exoskeleton, Cook can walk again. Cook also is the first patient to have the $70,000 exoskeleton completely covered by private, commercial insurance.
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