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10/09/2014

CWRU and Cleveland VA researchers have developed an effective connection between existing nerve bundles in amputees' arms and their artificial hands, restoring their sense of touch.

10/09/2014

In their lead story, ASEE First Bell rounds up the coverage of CWRU's research to restore the sense of touch for amputees via a new prosthetic hand, with coverage in Bloomberg News, Health Day, NBC News and CBS News.

10/09/2014

Case Western Reserve develops prosthetic hand that can 'feel.'

10/09/2014

Case Western Reserve researchers have recreated the sense of touch for amputees in their prosthetics.

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.