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  • WCPO Cincinnati
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    This Cincinnati skeleton isn't spooky. The Ekso helps immobilized patients stand tall and walk again

  • San Antonio Magazine
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    Medical Innovation in Action

  • BBC News
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    Ekso bionic suit: Robotic exoskeleton helps people to walk again

  • Wall Street Journal
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    U.S. Military Turns to Hollywood to Outfit the Soldier of the Future - Designer of 'Iron Man' Suit Among Those Working on High-Tech Gear for Elite Troops

  • Huffington post
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    Now Is The Time For Robotics

  • FOX Business
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    Ekso Bionics CEO Nathan Harding on designing and commercializing wearable robots.

  • CNN
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    Walking again, with a robotic exoskeleton

  • Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock"
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    Nate Harding on Bloomberg Television's "Talking Stock"

  • Robotics Maker Ekso Aims to Help Wheelchair-Bound to Walk
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    Tamara Mena has been in a wheelchair since 2005. But since 2012, she has had the opportunity, at least for short periods of time, to walk again.

  • SAN FRANCISCO MAGAZINE
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    Blind, paralyzed, but not broken, Mark Pollock rises to walk with the help of his bionic Ekso suit.

  • Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry
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    Ekso Bonics is named one of five startups poised to change MedTech forever.

  • Forbes
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    CES 2014 - Where a Paraplegic Walked. In a veritable ocean of wearable technology, "None of it could really compete," with the wearable exoskeleton designed and manufactured by Ekso Bionics.

  • The Verge
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    The Verge covers the intersection of technology, science, art, and culture, and found Ekso among the most exciting things to talk about at CES 2014.

  • Alaska Airlines
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    Alaska Airlines' in-flight magazine features Ekso Bionics as a stunning achievement in adaptive medical technology.

  • Voice of America
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    Voice of America's Carolyn Presutti reports on Ekso, and the valuable work at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation.

  • CNN Health
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    A Wounded Warrior, Walking Tall: coverage of paralyzed former Army special ops officer Gary Linfoot's walk around the Statue of Liberty on Veteran's Day.

  • FOX News
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    Paralyzed Army veteran walks again using exoskeleton: More than five years after crashing in an Iraqi desert, crushing his spine on impact, retired Army pilot Gary Linfoot walked again on Veterans Day.

  • TODAY Show
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    Disabled veteran advocates new walking technology and describes the Ekso suit after it helped him walk again.

  • Forbes
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    The Industrial Iron Man: Ekso Bionics' take on the opportunity for exoskeleton technology in a variety of applications.

  • Al Jazeera: The Cure
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    This documentary introduces Arash, who sustained his spinal cord injury less than a year ago, and watches him walk again for the first time.

  • Bloomberg TV
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    Emily Chang from Bloomberg TV talks with ambassador Chris Tagatac at the "Next Big Thing Summit"

  • FOX CT
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    FOX talks discusses how Ekso may help paralyzed veterans walk again

  • Entrepreneur Magazine
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    Entrepreneur Magazine covers Ekso Bionics and companies leading the charge for commercial-use robotics

  • Die Welt
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    Ekso is helping people walk again in Germany at Bad Aibling

  • Brink (Bloomberg)
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    Bloomberg TV's show, Brink highlights where ideas equal industry changing innovation. This episode features Ekso Bionics (at 7:55 sec).

  • FOX Business
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    CEO Nathan Harding talks about the bionic suit, a robotic exoskeleton that helps paralyzed individuals walk again

  • FOX News San Diego
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    A wearable robot first used to help soldiers carry heavy loads is now being used to help people with spinal cord injuries walk again.

  • Slate
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    Could a robotic exoskeleton turn you into a real-life Iron Man?

  • ENGADGET
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    A video interview with Ekso Bionics at Engadget Engaged.

  • PC Magazine
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    Ekso: A technological marvel that stands out

  • CNN.com
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    "Wearable robot" technology is already being used in real-life.

  • FAST COMPANY
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    Ekso Bionics named a top 10 innovator

  • Good Morning America
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    Bionic Suit Helps Paralyzed Patients Walk Again

  • INC. Magazine
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    Idea: get millions of people out of their wheelchairs

  • Smart Planet
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    Wearable robots help soldiers lift heavy objects, disabled walk

  • The New York Times
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    VIDEO: Bionic Suits Aid Paraplegics

  • CNNMONEY.COM
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    9 Superhuman Innovations

  • THE NEW YORK TIMES
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    New Breed of Robotics Aims to Help People Walk Again

  • Antena 3 "El Hormiguero"
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    The miracle of the exoskeleton

  • CNN Marketplace Europe
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    Bionics: From Hollywood movies to life-changing reality

  • WELT ONLINE.DE
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    Roboter l_sst Gel_hmte wieder laufen

  • THE GUARDIAN
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    Could exoskeletons help disabled people be more active?

  • NEWS8 WTNH
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    Ekso suit makes walking a possibility

  • RTL Holland
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    A beautiful day for Mard de Hond

  • NOS OP3 Netherlands
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    New patients walking in Ekso

  • DEUTSCHLAND FUNK
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    Mit dem Roboter Laufen lernen

  • WCAX.COM
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    Exoskeleton helps paralyzed people walk

  • DER TAGESSPIEGEL.DE
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    Steh auf und geh

  • Hamburger Abendblatt
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    Der Traum vom Gehen - Roboter im Test

  • UMBRIA NEWS
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    Prosperius Tiberino Institute in Italy receive their first Ekso

  • TEDxMuscat 2012, Oman
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    CEO Eythor Bender presenting at TEDxMuscat with Omani patient walking for the first time

  • THE DOCTORS
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    Tamara Mena in interview with Travis Stork, M.D.

  • Medizin & Technik
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    Technik hautnah

  • CNN
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    The Ekso changes lives

  • TV2.no
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    Her tar Arne sine frste skritt p 22 r (Arne takes his first steps in 22 years)

  • CBS Denver
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    Robot helps paralyzed patients walk again

  • Inc.com
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    17 Game Changing Health Start-ups

  • WFMZ-TV Allentown, PA
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    Rehab center using technology to help paralyzed people walk again

  • Fast Company
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    Ekso's Exoskeletons Let Paraplegics Walk. Now All It Has To Do Is Convince The World They're Necessary

  • Saturday Evening Post
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    "Watch me Walk"

  • The Atlantic
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    Walking 2.0: Ekso Bionics Delivers Its First Commercial Exoskeleton

  • MedGadget
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    Ekso Bionics Sells Its First Commercial Exoskeleton

  • Huffington Post
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    Best TED Talks: 21 Amazing, Inspiring Presentations (VIDEOS)

  • Singularity Hub
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    Ekso Bionics Sells its First Set of Robot Legs Allowing Paraplegics to Walk

  • Wired UK
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    Wearable robot puts paralysed legs through their paces

  • Fox News Boston
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    Wearable robot helps paralyzed firefighter walk again.

  • WXYZ ABC Detroit
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    A robotic apparatus being tested in Detroit helps paralyzed firefighter walk again

  • CBS Detroit
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    Detroit Firefighter Using New Device In Therapy

  • Fox Detroit
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    Wearable Robot Helps Paralyzed Detroit Firefighter Walk

  • USA Today
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    Robotic devices help paralyzed become more independent

  • IEEE Spectrum
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    Good-bye, Wheelchair, Hello Exoskeleton. This year, the Ekso Bionics exoskeleton for paraplegics hits the market.

  • TED MED
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    Eythor Bender and Ambassador Paul Thacker present at TED MED 2011.

  • The Engineer
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    US researchers create suit that can enable paraplegics to walk. An exoskeleton that allows paraplegics to walk using technology based on military research made its European debut in London last week.

  • Discover Magazine Blog
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    Exoskeletons Will Be the Eyeglasses of the 21st Century.

  • FutureMed Singularity University
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    CEO, Eythor Bender is interviewed by FutureMed, an executive program from Singularity University.

  • New York Daily News
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  • New York Times
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    Walking again with help from an exoskeleton.

  • Abendzeitung, Munich
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    Eythor Bender has developed a device that allows wheelchair for a walk. "Feels like a big hug says one patient."

  • Gizmodo
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    High-tech exoskeletons allow wheelchair users to stand up and walk.

  • Die Welt
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    Run Despite Paralyzed Legs-A New Robot Make the Impossible Possible.

  • Stern.de
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    For some wheelchair users seems to be a lifelong dream within reach a new robot make it possible.

  • San Francisco Business Journal
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    Fastest Growing Bay Area Private Companies.

  • Wall Street Journal
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    Meet the real bionic man. Our bionic future is almost here.

  • Daily Telegraph
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    Paraplegic explains how robotic skeleton made her walk again.

  • Sky News
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    Robot Suit Helps Paraplegic Walk Again

  • Sat.1 Bayern
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    Paraplegics to stand on their own two feet. New Hope from the U.S.: Walking Robot Ekso celebrates premiere in Germany

  • BBC
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    Paralyzed skier, Amanda Boxtel, walks with an exoskeleton.

  • CBS This Morning
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    (CBS News) Step by step, bionic engineers are transforming lives in ways that barely could have been imagined until recently. Our Cover Story is reported now by Barry Petersen.

  • 7x7 Magazine
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    Hot 20-2011. Russ Angold and Nathan Harding, eLegs inventors.

  • WCVB TV Boston
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    Robotic Legs Allow Paralyzed To Walk. Imagine being paralyzed for years and relying on a wheelchair to get around. Then with the help of robotics, you are walking across a room.

  • The Boston Globe
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    With device's aid, the paralyzed take steps anew. Rehabilitation facilities test robotic exoskeleton.

  • National Geographic Magazine
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    Pentagon-funded research has enabled the lost to pinpoint their locations, the night blind to see in the dark, and old lovers to keep tabs on each other online. Now it may help paraplegics to walk.

  • KHON TV Channel 2
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    Many spinal cord injury patients already live a full life. But new technology could add to the quality of their lives. Technology is constantly evolving and changing lives.

  • Make Me Superhuman
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    Superhuman capabilities like running faster than a speeding bullet or being more powerful than a locomotive could be available at the push of a button.

  • Sabado Gigante TV
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    I have loved Sabado Gigante, the beautifully loud Spanish hour-long TV show, since my college days, trying in vain to perfect my Spanish skills.

  • 60 Minutes: Aug 7
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    Australia's 60 Minutes will profile two stories on Sunday night, August 7 at 8:00 pm. Berkeley Bionics' eLEGS will be highlighted in Amanda's story.

  • 60 Minutes Australia
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    "You'll never walk again." How would you feel hearing those words? And how would you go living with them for the rest of your life? Peter Overton met two determined young Australians who refuse to accept the doctor's verdict. Josh Clift and Amanda Boxtel believed there had to be a way to get their legs working again.

  • Financial Times
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    New bionic legs help paraplegics walk again.

  • KUSA TV Channel 9 News Denver
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    Robotic legs give paralyzed patients new future. It's been five years in development and it looks likes something from the future. It's a wearable robot, or exoskeleton, called E-Legs.

  • TEDx San Francisco
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    Berkeley Bionics Merging Technology and the Human Body.

  • TedXDU
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    Eythor Bender and Amanda Boxtel-Merging technology and the human body.

  • CNN
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    Bionic Device for Wheelchair Users.

  • Bloomberg
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    Bender Says Getting eLegs to Market a `Big Challenge'

  • Ted 2011
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    Eythor Bender Demos Human Exoskeleton

  • TV Brasil
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    Program Especial Discovers the eLegs

  • Time Magazine
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    The 50 Best Inventions of 2010.

  • CNN live from Atlanta: Big I with Ali Velshi
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    Ali Velshi interviews CEO, Eythor Bender, and Amanda Boxtel.

  • Wired Magazine
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    Lightweight Exoskeleton Gives Paraplegics New Legs.