Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to WalkBrain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to Walk
Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to Walk
The machine cannot be used outside of the lab yet, but the results are promising.
Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to Walk
Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Enables Paralyzed Patient to Walk

The machine cannot be used outside of the lab yet, but the results are promising.

The machine cannot be used outside of the lab yet, but the results are promising.

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