INTERVIEW: Walking the walk; REX Bionics takes AIM at £10m
This article was originally published in Clinica
It may seem to belong in the realm of sci-fi, but REX Bionics’ robotic exoskeleton, which allows disabled and paralyzed people to walk, is inching closer to widespread use. Clinica met the leaders of the New Zealand-based company when they were in London recently – and yes, we did get to try out the legs
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