An Italian new prosthesis sensitive to senses

Apr 11, 2014 1685

The Sant'Anna BioRobotics Institute in Pisa is a prestigious hub for research. Engineers from Sant'Anna actively cooperated with a team from EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, lit. Polytechnic Federal School of Lausanne) to developed the revolutionary invention of a robotic hand sensitive to senses.

In 2013 a prototype of this technology was tested at the General Hospital Gemelli in Rome. Paolo Maria Rossini, a professor at Cattolica University (Rome) and researcher in the field of neurology, conducted this study, which was recently published in the last edition of "Science Translational Medicine".

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Fonte: This is Italy

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