It helps if you know how to make use of two talents that seem worlds apart:
that of a seamstress and a mechanical engineer. DW takes a look at how combining these two skills successfully helps to extend the life span of industrial robots.
Yoshiyuki Sankai's exoskeletons let paralyzed people walk and even run. Beyond Japan, though, many Westerners view robots more as a threat than as help.
In its 350th anniversary year, Merck announced a highly remunerative science award and invited renowned researchers to its conference. A realignment is essential because the corporation is weakening.
The world's first medically approved wearable robot is on display at the Cebit computer fair in Hanover. The robotic exoskeleton helps paralyzed people walk again.
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