UAE students develop 3-D printed robot arm to aid rehabilitation

Students from UAE University designed the 3D-printed device to help rehabilitation after motion loss and are looking at a wider range of uses. “The idea started with a rehabilitation robot for people who had a stroke and lost their motion,” said Dr Fady Al …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Dubai Properties sweetens villa deals with… Dubai Properties is leading the charge for recovery in the villa sales market in Dubai. The developer was the first to announce villa sales this year ...
You can explore Dubai while changing planes Dubai International Airport recently surpassed London's Heathrow as the world's busiest international air travel hub. If you can arrange it, Dubai is ...
UAE maintains strong growth despite global, region... Dubai: The UAE economy continued to witness strong economic progress despite the challenging regional and global economic conditions in 2016, accordin...
'Oversupply' puts pressure on UAE hotels According to Mohammed Khoori, general manager of Golden Sands Hotel Apartments, there has been a “change of mindset” among travellers, esp...
Dubai's DED shuts down nearly 10,000 social m... "Social networking accounts have come in handy for many who trade in counterfeit goods nowadays but the Electronic Compliance section maintain tight v...
Dubai to get world’s first 3D-printed skyscraper?... Late last year, the Dubai government announced its 3D Printing Strategy, which aims to see 25 per cent of buildings in the city constructed using 3D p...