Bioengineers from the University of California, Los Angeles have successfully created a glove-like piece of technology that is capable of translating American Sign Language into English speech.
Kansas State University Engineers and Students Develop Customized Devices and Software to Help Children with Severe Developmental Disabilities
Engineers and students from the Kansas State University have been developing technology to help children with severe developmental disabilities through a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation’s General and Age-Related Disabilities Engineering program.
At the opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup next week, a young adult will walk a few steps and kick a soccer ball thanks to the Walk Again Project. The project’s purpose is to create thought-controlled robotic exoskeleton to aid individuals with disabilities.
Enabling Engineering, a student group at Northeastern University, has evolved from a student’s capstone project into a student organization that develops products to help make the lives of Massachusetts residen... Read More...