Bionik’s InMotion robotics system can improve motion after a stroke

Bionik Labs' InMotion Arm robot.

Three decades ago, a team at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Newman Laboratory for Biomechanics and Human Rehabilitation investigated the use of robots to help stroke patients recover motor skills. The MIT-Manus Project, as it was called, discovered that mechanical exoskeletons could — when used to manipulate limbs in mu

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