Health and Science
(University of Utah)
Robotic hand can give amputees sense of touch
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Researchers at University of Utah are developing an experimental robotic arm that allows amputees to control it using their own nerves and also restores to them the sense of touch, allowing them to feel things again using the robotic hand.
Researchers at University of Utah are developing an experimental robotic arm that allows amputees to control it using their own nerves and also restores to them the sense of touch, allowing them to feel things again using the robotic hand.
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