The add-on exoskeleton in action: The energy required for walking on a treadmill dropped 7 percent when the walker wore it.
The add-on exoskeleton in action: The energy required for walking on a treadmill dropped 7 percent when the walker wore it. Stephen Thrift N.C. State
The add-on exoskeleton in action: The energy required for walking on a treadmill dropped 7 percent when the walker wore it. Stephen Thrift N.C. State

NC scientists create new device to help injured walk using less energy

May 10, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED May 11, 2015 05:23 AM

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