Real-Life Bionic Legs Helping Paralyzed Walk Again

April 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Rachel Crane visits the California headquarters of Ekso Bionics, a company developing a robotic exoskeleton that mimics and supports human movement. The technology is being adopted by the medical community as a potential aid for spinal injuries, and the military as a tool on the battlefield. Ekso is featured on Bloomberg Brink, airing Mondays at 9:30 PM ET/PT on Bloomberg Television.
Russian Opposition Gathers in Moscow to Honor Nemtsov
33:18 - March 2 -- Russia’s opposition gathered in Moscow for a march that will test its support two days after a key leader was gunned down near the Kremlin. Protesters began assembling Sunday afternoon for a vigil honoring Boris Nemtsov that will run through the city center and end at the bridge near St. Basil’s Cathedral where the 55-year-old critic of President Vladimir Putin was slain Friday. Bloomberg's Ryan Chilcote reports on "Countdown."
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