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Robotic Arm, Video Games Help Stroke Patients Recover
By Cynthia Newsome, KSHB · 27 February, 2014 • Robotic arm supports patient's arm as they sit in a chair and play a video game with a joystick.
Paralyzed Woman Walks with 3D Printed Exoskeleton
By Mary-Ann Russon, IBTimes · 21 February, 2014 • Ekso Bionics and 3D Systems collaborated on the patient-specific suit
Robotics Lawnmower Powered by Grass
By Drew Prindle, Digital Trends · 6 February, 2014 • Design is almost complete on this autonomous mower than runs without fuel
Using Robots to Diagnose Autism in Children
By Ankica Barbir-Mladinovic, RFE/RL · 28 January, 2014 • Croatian researchers introduce Robot Rene to observe and diagnose autism in young children.
Wearable Robot Mimics Leg Muscles to Help Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation
By via The Engineer · 22 January, 2014 • Pneumatic artificial muscles and sensors create a soft exoskeleton ideal for leg rehabilitation.
The BBQ’s Best Friend: Grillbot
By Robotics Trends' News Sources · 13 January, 2014 • A clean grill is just a single press away with Grillbot
Double Robot Allows Injured Student to Attend Classes, Rehabilitation
By Darcy Gray, The Hutchinson News · 18 December, 2013 • The Double Robotics telepresence robot rolls around the school while Kolton Kincaid recovers from an accident
Breast Cancer Prevention the New Frontier for ISS Robotics
By Space Coast Daily · 6 November, 2013 • IGAR robot going into clinical trials for breast cancer detection and improved biopsy techniques.
Anki Drive Rolls Out to the Public
By Scott Budman, NBC Bay Area · 24 October, 2013 • Apple's startup protege releases its first program Oct. 23.
New Robotic Stroller, Swing, and Car Seat for Your Baby
By Malia Spencer, Pittsburgh Business Times · 16 October, 2013 • 4moms announces new products.
Robotic Car Can Teach Kids Spelling and Math
By Mumbai Mirror · 16 July, 2013 • Kids liked the robotic car that could follow them around, so inventors developed it into an educational toy as well.
Ship-based Quadcopter Designed to Rescue Potential Drowning Victims
By RoboticsTrends' News Sources · 28 March, 2013 • The current Pars prototype could save up to three people at once
Affordable 3D Printers Hit The Market
By RT Staff · 9 May, 2012 • Because affordable 3D printers are available, iheartengineering has managed to build a rapidly expanding business around the print-on-demand model and unique product designs.
Robots as Major Appliances in Every Home
By RT Staff · 26 April, 2012 • Within a decade, personal robots could become as common in U.S. homes as any other major appliance, and many if not most of these machines will be able to perform innumerable tasks not explicitly imagined by their manufacturers.
Tiny picoPSU Power Supply Enables Design of Small, Smart Appliances and Gives Robots Freedom to Roam
By RT Staff · 31 January, 2006 • Mini-box.com, a division of Ituner Networks today announced the picoPSU, the world’s tiniest PC power supply. Measuring only 31x45x20mm, about the size of two AA batteries, the picoPSU is 10 to 20 times smaller than standard PC power supplies.

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