Watch a Kid Take His First Steps Thanks to a New Exoskeleton

The Spanish National Research Council, known as the CISC, has introduced the world's first exoskeleton specifically targeting children's spinal muscular atrophy. The device, made out of aluminum and titanium, weighs 26 pounds. It will allow children to walk with greater ease— and in some cases for the first time. The exoskeleton will also be used for training purposes and to ward off muscular atrophy from lack of use.

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