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Jason Reid (M14) Performs Groundbreaking Research at University of California-Berkeley

Jason Reid (M14) ’07, mechanical engineering, currently a Ph.D. candidate at University of California- Berkeley, is busy at work on groundbreaking research for a product in progress for the last decade. The device is the latest evolution to a line of “exoskeletons” designed as a rehabilitation tool for paraplegics and alternative to wheelchairs.

To view footage of the device at work, click here.

Posted by Jeremiah Brickey on June 6, 2011 4:05 PM |

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