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Washington University scientists join project to give prosthetics the sense of touch

From St. Louis Public Radio and NPR... Scientists at Washington University have been awarded just under $1.9 million to test a device that could help people with prosthetic hands feel what they are touching. The funding is part of a larger project sponsored by the U.S. Defense Department. Over the next three years biomedical engineering […]

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  • Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI)
  • Musculoskeletal Modeling
  • Sciatic Nerve Stimulation
  • Neurophysiology

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