Biomedical technology

Italian researchers unveil new robotic exoskeleton for lower limbs

TWIN is the name of the new robotic exoskeleton for lower limbs, designed and developed by Rehab Technologies IIT—INAIL, the joint laboratory between the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT-Italian Institute of Technology) ...

Health informatics

Predicting optimal medical interventions

Welcome to the world of modern medicine. Computer vision tools can accurately detect suspicious skin lesions or predict coronary artery disease from scans. Data-driven robots are guiding minimally invasive surgery.

Biomedical technology

Researcher develops bilingual health care app

With hospital emergency departments overwhelmed and Canadians feeling frustrated by a lack of primary care access, a free webapp developed at the University of Ottawa is providing trusted information about preventative health ...

Medical research

Developing standards for organ-on-a-chip research

When testing a new medicine, researchers must do more than assess how well that drug works. They also have to determine whether the medicine has some negative, unintended consequences.

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