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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.

10/08/2014

CWRU researchers have developed a prosthetic device for the hand that restores the sense of touch. 

10/02/2014

CSE's Rigoberto Advincula weighs in on why pencil erasers frequently don't always do a good job at erasing. 

10/02/2014

The Incubator at MAGNET announced six finalists for its first product-focused pitch contests, which includes two startups run by CWRU students. 

9/25/2014

BME's Hunter Peckham discussed the future of epidural stimulation technology.

9/24/2014

CWRU student start-up Carbon Origins has built the Apollo sensor board for rocketry projects. 

9/21/2014

CWRU students set up a rocket-launching lab in the Mojave Desert.