Thursday, September 20, 2018
Artificial Nerve Could Allow Prosthetic Limbs
Scientists created artificial nerves that triggered a reaction in cockroach muscle. One day, this could mean serious improvements for human prosthetic limbs, or robots that can feel touch.
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