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ud-galloway6.jpgResearchers at the University of Delaware are doing some interesting work utilizing robotics to assist children who have developmental disabilities explore their environment.

Two UD researchers – James C. (Cole) Galloway, associate professor of physical therapy, and Sunil Agrawal, professor of mechanical engineering – have outfitted kid-size robots to provide mobility to children who are unable to fully explore the world on their own.

The work is important because much of infant development, both of the brain and behavior, emerges from the thousands of experiences each day that arise as babies independently move and explore their world. This is the concept of “embodied development,” Galloway said.


  1. Hello little goil,
    I looked @ this picture and thought it was you but
    your sooooo much more adorable. 🙂

    I hope you get well soon. 🙂