CWRU researchers have developed a connection between the brain and a prosthetic hand, bringing touch perception back to amputees by reactivating the parts of the brain that produce a sense of touch.
CWRU officials broke ground on the new home for innovation center think[box].
CSE's Liming Dai shares his research in synthesis, chemical modification and device fabrication of conjugated polymers and carbon nanomaterials for energy-related and biomedical applications.
CWRU scientists have fit a prosthetic hand with electrical sensors to allow the wearer to 'feel.'
CWRU researchers are on a mission to restore the sense of touch for people who have had an amputation.
CWRU scientists have reported massive advances in bionic hands, which have restored a sense of touch in two patients.
CWRU researchers have developed a life-like new prosthetic hand that lets amputees feel texture.
3-D printing is transforming everything from medicine to manufacturing; CWRU's James McGuffin-Cawley comments on 3-D printing on college campuses, and CWRU's innovation center think[box].
Artificial limbs and their wearers achieve more sensitive communication, thanks to engineering advances including BME's Dustin Tyler's work.
Scientists are moving closer to an artificial hand that can feel: CWRU researchers have implanted electrodes that allow amputees to tell by touch how gently to grasp.
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