This 7-year-old delivered a strike with her 3D-printed hand before the World Series
The video will give you chills.
On Oct 29, 2017 by Josh Katzowitz
How a new 3D printing technique gave one cancer survivor a whole new jaw
A cancer survivor is receiving a new, more comfortable, prosthetic jaw.
On Jun 29, 2016 by Selena Larson
Little girl unboxes a new doll, makes the internet weep with joy
And now the company that made it wants her to visit.
On Jun 3, 2016 by Jaya Saxena
10-year-old builds world’s first prosthetic glitter cannon
It’s called 'Project Unicorn.'
On Mar 30, 2016 by Cynthia McKelvey
Brain implant allows user to control bionic limb with almost zero training
And it only takes a few hours to learn.
On Feb 16, 2016
We’re one step closer to mind-controlled robotic body parts
Artificial nerves are the future of robotic prosthetics.
On Aug 28, 2015 by Dylan Love
Incredible Lego-compatible prosthetic arm helps kids build
'What if kids could make their own prosthetics and have fun at the same time?'
On Jul 11, 2015 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
Jason Schwartzman tells Conan about his prosthetic dong problems
On Jun 26, 2015 by Audra Schroeder
This cyborg-style prosthetic leg lets its wearer feel again
Renewed sensation aids in walking and relieving phantom limb pain, researchers say.
On Jun 15, 2015 by Cynthia McKelvey
Mind-controlled robot arm allows paralyzed man to drink beer like a boss
Science has done it again.
On May 22, 2015 by Miles Klee
DARPA is developing prosthetic limbs that can ‘feel’
Can an artificial limb feel? The military thinks so.
On Feb 9, 2015 by Taylor Hatmaker
How 3D-printed prosthetics helped a disabled dog run for the first time
Derby is hitting his stride at last.
On Dec 16, 2014 by Miles Klee
New smart skin will give artificial limbs the sense of touch
The new skin is primarily made of polydimethylsiloxane, or PDMS, a flexible, transparent silicone material.
On Dec 11, 2014 by Alex La Ferla
Iron Man inspires 3D-printed prosthetic hand for kids
An artist wants kids who feel different to feel awesome instead.
On Oct 21, 2014 by Lisa Granshaw