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# exoskeleton - Wednesday 2 September, 2015

Mark Pollock has moved his legs voluntarily, four years after being paralysed

“It was addictive,” said Pollock of the new movement.

# exoskeleton - Wednesday 29 April, 2015

VIDEO: This Corkman was paralysed from the chest down... but is going to walk a marathon

Nathan Kirwan is raising funds to keep the device in Ireland.

# exoskeleton - Thursday 2 April, 2015

This mechanical exoskeleton could help take the effort out of walking

And it doesn’t even require a power source.

# exoskeleton - Tuesday 10 December, 2013

Students develop robotic arm that could make you stronger

The robotic arm, developed by students at the University of Pennsylvania, is designed to help both the elderly and those who need physical rehabilitation.

# exoskeleton - Sunday 10 February, 2013

A year in robotic legs: paralysed adventurer hits new milestone Science This post contains videos

A year in robotic legs: paralysed adventurer hits new milestone

Mark Pollock has spent a year gathering data on how robotic exoskeleton is working on his body – and he hopes scientists might get on board for formal study.