From left: Shikha Chaganti, Anca Ralescu, and Gaurav Mukherjee work on a brain-computer interface project. (Photo courtesy: A. Ralescu, UC)
The University of Cincinnati’s Gaurav Mukherjee, left, and Shikha Chaganti discuss their work at the International Human Centered Robotics Symposium, Nov. 14-17 at UC. (Photo courtesy: UC)
CINCINNATI - A team at the university is working to develop an "intuitive exoskeleton" that can read the human brain and help people with limited mobility get around more easily.
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