A man paralysed from the shoulders down has been able to walk using a robotic exoskeleton, controlled by two implants that read signals from his brain. The suit is purely an experimental prototype for now, but researchers are hoping it be rolled out worldwide as the technology advances.
'It’s taken a lot of hard work and digging deep.'
A man who is paralysed from the shoulders down has shared a video which shows him sitting up unassisted for the first time
This is astonishing...
A brain implant has helped a woman with ‘locked-in’ syndrome to communicate again despite her severe paralysis. In 2008
It could be used on humans by 2026!
Technology that has allowed paralysed monkeys to walk again for the first time, could be used on humans within a decade. The
Every experience in our lives leaves its mark. It molds our character and sculpts us into the perfect person that we are supposed to be, or at least that is how it should be. It took several years. Nevertheless, I have been able to turn my limitations to advantages.
Locked-in syndrome sufferer Tony Nicklinson's widow and a paralysed road accident victim take their "right-to-die" battle
A paralysed dachshund has learned to walk again after cells taken from his nose were used to bridge the breaks in his spinal