Anjali Jaiprakash – The RoboBiologist

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Anjali Jaiprakash - The RoboBiologist


  Last updated August 14, 2019 at 5:09 pm


Anjali Jaiprakash is a RoboBiologist – bringing together biology and robotics to build better medical robots.

By bringing together her medical research background and robotic engineering, Anjali is working to improve the development of robots within medical systems. She hopes that she can help provide surgeons with affordable and precise robotic tools that enhance surgery, providing better results for patients.

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