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A network of wire arrays fabricated on a planar platform used to trap and move micro/nano particles.

The SmartHub is a personal fitness and activity tracking device designed for manual wheelchair users. This novel device is unlike others in the market because it can be brought out of a clinical setting.

Clothing originally developed for NASA EVA applications that contains a two layer system of dry Electrodes for improved health or athletic monitoring.

A single person extremity medical lift that allows doctors, nurses, and the patient to eliminate the physical labor involved in lifting the lower extremity.

A device that assists victims of spinal cord injuries with motor movement impairment with day-to-day tasks such as writing, typing, and using a touch screen. This device is configured to work with any number of writing instruments or utensils, and has a capacitive tipped stylus for use with a touch pad.

A pressure mapping device used to monitor and prevent pressure ulcers in wheelchair and bedbound patients.

A new class of smart material based linear actuators with applications in many fields.

A programmable magnetic platform for biomolecule sorting and tweezer applications.

Tricycle designed to meet the child development needs of toddlers with dwarfism.