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Manmeet Maggu and Rahul Udasi didn’t know it when they met at the University of Waterloo  eleven years ago, but the bond that the two forged in late night study sessions as roommates in the UW Place dorm has helped power their work building an exoskeleton that allows children with disabilities to walk.

The fruit of that labor is Trexo Robotics, which will graduate as part of the latest batch of Y Combinator’s winter 2019 cohort.

Source: Tech Crunch

Date: March 6th, 2019

Link: https://techcrunch.com/2019/02/25/helping-children-overcome-their-mobility-challenges-trexo-robotics-gets-a-y-combinator-boost/

 

Discussion

1) What is “Y Combinator” and why is it so useful to startups?

2) What other applications could there be for the Trexo Robot?

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