The world's first MRI-compatible robot for brain surgery has been developed by a research team from the University of Calgary / Calgary Health Region. The unveiling of neuroArm will take place at 9:30 am (Mountain Time), Tuesday, April 17.
The six-year, multimillion-dollar project is led by U of C Faculty of Medicine / Calgary Health Region neurosurgeon Dr. Garnette Sutherland in collaboration with MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (MDA), the company that built Canadarm and Canadarm II for NASA's space shuttles.

Source: Unveiling Of Neurosurgery Robot April 17


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