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  • Robotics help paraplegics regain movement, Duke neuroscientist says

    Eight paralyzed patients regained some sensation and muscle control in their legs after a year of training on brain-controlled robotics, according to a study published Thursday by a Duke University neuroscientist and his colleagues around the world.

Eight paralyzed patients regained some sensation and muscle control in their legs after a year of training on brain-controlled robotics, according to a study published Thursday by a Duke University neuroscientist and his colleagues around the world. Courtesy of Duke University
Eight paralyzed patients regained some sensation and muscle control in their legs after a year of training on brain-controlled robotics, according to a study published Thursday by a Duke University neuroscientist and his colleagues around the world. Courtesy of Duke University

Robotics help paraplegics regain movement, Duke scientist says

August 11, 2016 10:22 AM