A robotic arm that boosts human strength has won the 2013 James Dyson award as the team behind it looks towards commercialisation.

A team of mechanical engineering students from the University of Pennsylvania have won the 2013 James Dyson award for a robotic arm capable of increasing human strength. The Titan Arm can be used both in medical fields as a way for people suffering from back injuries to help rebuild muscles, and also in a work…

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