Quebec AM | Jan 3, 2013 | 11:52

Koule robotic ball may help children with autism

A robotic ball developed at the university of Sherbrooke could easily be mistaken for a simple toy. Researcher Tamie Salter believes it could help doctors to diagnose autism in children. CBC's Sarah Rogers

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