stroke patients

A device that can quickly identify strokes is being developed by Forest Devices, a start-up company housed within the AlphaLab Gear business accelerator more



Image: National University of Singapore

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 more



Image: Justin Knight Photography/MIT/Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering

Technology that is implanted into the brain could help restore the mobility of people who have suffered a spinal cord injury or stroke more


Elena Ramirez, Colleen Perry, and Jeff Peisner graduates from Lehigh University, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania originally wrote a proposal to 3D print prosthetic hands for children but discovered it had potential for stroke patients more