5 Keys to Making Prosthetics Just Like Human Legs

PopMech Breakthrough Award winner Michael Goldfarb explains the advancements of prosthetics.

November 12, 2013
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Mechanical engineer Michael Goldfarb was just awarded a 2013 Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Award for his work on the Indego Exoskeleton – a wearable robotic suit that helps people with lower-limb paralysis to stand and walk again. In another project,

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