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  • Robotic Exoskeletons Help Humans Gain and Regain Strength
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    "The Ekso GT is currently being used in more than 100 rehabilitation centers around the world. In addition, while it can allow someone with zero mobility to walk again, it is designed primarily to be a rehab tool. It starts out giving lots of help, then dials it down as the patient regains his or her own strength."

  • I Wore An Exoskeleton That Gave Me Super Strength
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    "its latest suit is aimed squarely at the construction industry, helping workers lift and use heavy power tools for long stretches of time by literally taking the weight off their backs."

  • Stroke Connection
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    Exoskeleton improves gait training (pages 18-19)

  • Fast Company
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    This industrial exoskeleton helps workers carry their loads. An experimental new exo-suit is designed to decrease the wear and tear on industrial worker's bodies.

  • Make Magazine
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    “You should come to our office and try on our exoskeleton,” Nathan Harding told me at a group dinner. That is an offer a nerd cannot refuse. So I went.

  • Ars Technica
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    This magic exoskeleton for industrial workers is the future—we know, we wore one

  • Chicago Tribune
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    (Photo 8/10) Dutch Queen Maxima shakes hands with Fidel Carabez, as King Willem-Alexander smiles, after a demonstration of Carabez's robotic exoskeleton body suit during the King and Queen's visit to the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago on June 3, 2015.

  • NPR - Planet Money
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    A Suit That Turns A Person Into A Robot (Sort Of)

  • San Francisco Business Times
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    East Bay wearable robot maker targets industrial workers and aging consumers

  • 60 MINUTES
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    U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald tells 60 Minutes that the "best thing" he's seen on the job so far is the wearable exoskeleton which is helping wounded veterans stand up and walk again, even after decades.

  • Forbes
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    Enter the age of human augmentation. Ekso Bionics is at the forefront of a technology with medical, industrial, and military applications. Forbes takes a first look at a Darpa-funded effort to create a human exoskeleton for super soldiers.

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

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