Advanced prosthetics research by BME’s Dustin Tyler featured in IEEE Spectrum

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Dustin Tyler, the Elmer Lincoln Lindseth Associate Professor in Biomedical Engineering, and his team have been developing an advanced prosthetic system that’s capable of restoring some sensation to amputees. The work continues to make headlines—heralded as one of MSN’s Best Inventions of 2014, profiled in TIME late last year, and now featured in the most recent edition of IEEE Spectrum, the flagship publication for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Read the IEEE Spectrum article to learn more about Tyler’s research.