Robotic glove


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A new robotic glove, EsoGlove, has been developed by a research team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) to help rehabilitate patients who have lost hand function due to injuries or nerve-related conditions like strokes Read more


We’ve created our very own 12 days of Christmas for the life science sector. Via news brands Medical Plastics News, Digital Health Age and European Pharmaceutical Manufacturer we’ll be looking back on 2015 in festive form Read more


As it is world physical therapy day we have put together a list of devices to help with physical rehabilitation Read more


Soft, wearable robotics expert, Conor Walsh, Ph.D, and his team, are developing a glove that could help people suffering from loss of hand motor control to regain some of their independence. Read more


Researchers at the University of Hertfordshire and a team of European partners have developed a prototype of a robotic glove which stroke sufferers can use in their own home to support rehabilitation and personal independence in receiving therapies. Read more