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Wyss Institute collaborates
with ReWalk Robotics

This collaboration will accelerate the development of the Wyss Institute’s lightweight, wearable soft exosuit technologies for assisting people with lower limb disabilities. The agreement with ReWalk will help speed the design of assistive exosuits that could help patients suffering from stroke and multiple sclerosis (MS) to regain mobility


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From the Newsroom

    • fisseq

      Wyss startup will commercialize spatial sequencing technology 'FISSEQ'

      ReadCoor Inc. will leverage the Institute’s method for in situ gene sequencing and mapping thousands of RNAs within cells and tissues to advance development of diagnostics and discovery of new drug targets

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  • biomolecular manufacturing

    An unobstructed view into the human body

    An antifouling surface coating for endoscopes, developed by Wyss Core Faculty member Joanna Aizenberg, drastically improves camera-guided field of vision and reduces procedure time

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  • Stress Management

    October 4, 2016

    Dr. Amanda Jamieson will discuss host resilience mechanisms to infectious and non-infectious diseases of the lung. Most research focuses on curing diseases by ridding hosts of a particular environmental insult, cancerous cell, or clearing a pathogen. She is focused on what host mechanisms are necessary to increase resilience, and hence survival, to disease

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We've won a Webby Award!

Wyss Institute is proud to announce our win in the 2012
Webby Awards in the Science category.