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A lightweight prosthetic hand uses hydraulics to achieve more natural finger movement.
It’s the first study to show that brain chips can assist paralyzed people to perform complex real-world tasks.
A mobile device helps patients with spinal cord injuries walk.
Robot-driven procedures are popular, but surgeons say the technology isn’t evolving quickly enough.
A robot inspired by helper dogs could assist the disabled and the elderly.
Tiny rubber bands can power microrobots that could serve as ultrasmall sensors.
Pushing around supply carts for miles, tending to plastic babies, and maintaining an ersatz operating theater are how one health-care giant figures out what saves money.