Experts at Harvard University's Wyss Institute have developed a lightweight exoskeleton called the Exosuit

Posted on 04 July 2013, English, K4b2/K5, Media

Experts at Harvard University's Wyss Institute have developed a lightweight exoskeleton called the Exosuit

A new article on the UK Daily Mail Online presented a powered exoskeleton which shows great promise both for augmenting the abilities of able-bodied users, and for rehabilitating the disabled.

Tests for the development of new suit system for US soldiers performed using K4b2

Posted on 04 July 2013, English, K4b2/K5, Media

Tests for the development of new suit system for US soldiers performed using K4b2

The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) website dispatched a press release on a new performance-enhancing suite for soldiers.

Is the New AquaTrainer ® Snorkel Valid for VO2 Assessment in Swimming?

Posted on 22 May 2013, K4b2/K5, Scientific

Is the New AquaTrainer ® Snorkel Valid for VO2 Assessment in Swimming?

A new study was published on the International Journal of Sport Medicine validating the new Aquatrainer snorkel option for gas exchange measurement of swimmers with K4b2.

Impact of cold on metabolism for weight-loss purposes

Posted on 13 February 2013, English, Media, Quark CPET

Impact of cold on metabolism for weight-loss purposes

The "Hot Trends" section of Wired Magazine (March 2013) dedicated a full report on Ray Cronise's study on the impact of cold to human metabolism.

Comparing energy cost between traditional and Western populations

Posted on 26 November 2012, English, K4b2/K5, Media

Comparing energy cost between traditional and Western populations

New York Times article presents a study where energy expenditure and other physiological data of hunter-gatherer populations are compared to their Western counterparts.

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