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General & Age-Related Disabilities Engineering - News

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a brain-computer interface experiment September 24, 2015
UCI brain-computer interface enables paralyzed man to walk
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accessible makerspaces students August 5, 2015
How makerspaces can be more accessible to people with disabilities
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a robotic prosthetic ankle February 26, 2015
The better to see you with: Prosthetic leg would keep an eye on the path ahead
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PR2 robot September 22, 2014
New RFID technology helps robots find household objects
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 stress has created a weak spot August 26, 2014
New technology may identify tiny strains in body tissues before injuries occur
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Jason DiSanto receives a tongue piercing November 27, 2013
Clinical trial shows tongue-controlled wheelchair outperforms popular wheelchair navigation system
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engineering graphic April 17, 2013
Hop, Skip or Jump? Study Says No to All of the Above
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image of a little boy the humanoid robot can help March 20, 2013
Humanoid Robot Helps Train Children With Autism
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Linxia Gu March 7, 2013
Engineer Aims to Reduce Blood Vessel Stent Complications
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image of a robot in a home October 25, 2012
Robots in the Home: Will Older Adults Roll Out the Welcome Mat?
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image of a robosquirrel April 3, 2012
Robosquirrels vs. Rattlesnakes
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tongue drive system embedded in a dental retainer February 20, 2012
Tongue Drive System Goes Inside the Mouth to Improve Performance and User Comfort
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nanotubular surfaces March 22, 2011
Nanomodified Surfaces Seal Leg Implants Against Infection
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engineering graphic November 3, 2009
Longer Toes, Unique Ankle Structure Aid Sprinters
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model of the retinal implant September 23, 2009
Retinal Implant Could Help Restore Some Vision
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directing a wheelchair July 6, 2009
Clinical Trial Shows Quadriplegics Can Operate Powered Wheelchair With Tongue Drive System
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Photo of Maysam Ghovanloo (left) pointing to a small magnet attached to tongue of graduate student. July 21, 2008
Tongue Drive Technology
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