Northwestern Researchers Develop Groundbreaking Wearable that Could Be a Game Changer in Stroke Rehab

Sensor for stroke
Image: Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Northwestern University researchers have developed a stretchable sensor that offer exciting possibilities in the rehabilitation of stroke patients. The sensors stick directly to the skin, moving with the body and […]
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