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Mayo Clinic researchers are gearing up to test their new teleconcussion robot on the sidelines of tonight's Northern Arizona University football game.
Harvard's Wyss Institute unveils an application that involves a stylus and simple tracing exercise to rapidly assess neuromuscular performance in a doc's office or at the scene of an injury.
The Shockbox sensor lets you or your coach know when you've been tackled or body-checked too hard, by sending a color-coded alert to a mobile device.
A new helmet from 6D Helmets aims to eliminate some of the most common brain injuries suffered by riders.
By asking an individual to walk a short distance in front of a radar system while saying the months of the year backwards, researchers might be able to diagnose brain injuries.
You might not be able to hire Jimmy Connors as your tennis coach, but you can hire the Babolat Play Pure Drive connected tennis racket to help analyze your skills.
ESPN shares Google's futuristic eyewear with pigskin players. The result? Awesome first-person angles and great potential as a learning tool.
Twitter was the star of the 2013 Super Bowl ads -- both on air and off. And a new gadget could let football coaches know if their players have been hit too hard during a game.
The Seattle Seahawks' Derrick Coleman is deaf. In a stunning ad for Duracell, he describes his fight.
Equipped with sensors, 94Fifty can help you with your jump shot. But you still have to jump.