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10/09/2014

A new prosthetic hand to restore touch, developed by BME's Dustin Tyler, provides a more "natural" sensation than earlier devices.

10/09/2014

CWRU researchers have created a system that allows amputees to 'feel' with prosthetic hands. 

10/09/2014

CWRU researchers developed a hand prosthetic that allows amputees to "feel" again. 

10/08/2014

An experimental new prosthetic hand developed at CWRU allows amputee patients to feel.

10/08/2014

CWRU researchers created a prosthetic hand in which patterns of electric signals are sent into nerves in patient's arm and brain, allowing them to "feel" again.

10/08/2014

CWRU researchers are moving closer to an artificial hand that can feel: implanted electrodes allow some amputees to tell by touch how gently to grasp.

10/08/2014

A team at CWRU attached sensors to a bionic hand and in surgery fitted "cuffs" around the remaining nerves, which were capable of delivering electronic stimulation. 

10/08/2014

CWRU researchers outfitted artificial fingertips with pressure sensors, whose signals could be translated into an electrical stimulation pattern mimichking what an intact person would normally feel. 

10/08/2014

CWRU scientists have developed a mind-controlled prosthetic that lets hands feel again. 

10/08/2014

Researchers in Sweden and Cleveland have separately recreated high-tech hand prostheses that restore vital functionality to amputees.