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A Robotic Exoskeleton Allowed this Paralyzed Man to Walk Again

A Robotic Exoskeleton Allowed this Paralyzed Man to Walk Again | Designing Health | Scoop.it
Blind and paralyzed from the waist down, Mark Pollock is fighting to regain some of the physical abilities most people take for granted. By non-invasively stimulating his spine and training his legs using a robotic exoskeleton, Pollock has managed to win back some movement in his legs — and in doing so, became the first paralyzed person to regain this level of control.

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Researchers are using 3D printers to make Blood Vessels

Researchers are using 3D printers to make Blood Vessels | Designing Health | Scoop.it
There has been talk of printing blood vessels for a few years, but it's tricky to make tissue that fits the complex shapes of a human body while remaining effective. However, a research team at Brigham and Women's Hospital may have licked that...

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Techstore's curator insight, June 2, 2014 11:12 AM

Researchers are using 3D printers to make Blood Vessels. #technews #technology

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14 Sensor Innovations Driving Digital Health

14 Sensor Innovations Driving Digital Health | Designing Health | Scoop.it
Amazing innovative sensors that are creating new and exciting ways to monitor health and wellbeing.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, January 27, 2015 3:13 AM

A lot of wearable technology applications for health care, very interesting