One in 20 working Americans suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome. A new robotic sleeve may help them.
We discuss two university labs that seek inspiration in nature to design robots that can walk and jump and robotic limbs that help restore normal motion for amputees.
Gain access to free tools and resources from AABME, an initiative designed to stimulate biomedical innovation by bringing together and providing resources to the biomedical engineering community.
A surgical robot called STAR (Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot) is changing surgery as we know it through the one element missing from previous surgical robots: intelligence.
A robotic arm can assist combat medics in making their lifesaving runs safer and quicker.
A multicenter, NSF-funded research team is building machines with new functionalities out of living cells.
Autonomous surgical robots can perform remotely, even when communications with a remote surgeon are poor.
Top applications for robots in medicine include telepresence, surgical assistance, and rehabilitation.
Researchers at Columbia University have created a squishy robot to enable targeted drug delivery.
Engineers, computer scientists, virologists, and epidemiologists team up to nip the next mosquito-borne epidemic in the bud.