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Elmira Star-Gazette
‘Dolphin Tale’ expert aids amputees in ElmiraWhen a firewood log fell on Fredrick Benjamin’s foot in October, 2013, he never
‘Dolphin Tale’ expert aids amputees in Elmira
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted yesterday
When a firewood log fell on Fredrick Benjamin’s foot in October, 2013, he never expected he’d lose a limb. But after soaking his foot in salt water, an infection took over the lower portion of his left leg, necessitating surgery. “We fought for... Read more
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Linux Journal
The True Internet of ThingsBefore the Internet there were just nets, and they didn't get along. Each was a
The True Internet of Things
Linux Journal / Posted yesterday
Before the Internet there were just nets, and they didn't get along. Each was a country or a city-state of its own, with hard boundaries that could not be crossed—or could be crossed only if the owners of the networks created closed and silo'd ways... Read more
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PC Advisor
Intel Skylake: All the speeds, feeds, and prices, and which one is right for youIntel Skylake: All the speeds, feeds, and prices, and which one is right for...
Intel Skylake: All the speeds, feeds, and prices, and which one is right for you
PC Advisor / Posted yesterday
Intel Skylake: All the speeds, feeds, and prices, and which one is right for... Intel Skylake: All the speeds, feeds, and prices, and which one is right for... Intel... Read more
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Business Wire
Introducing 6th Generation Intel® Core™, Intel’s Best Processor EverThere are over 500 million computers in use today that are four to five years o
Introducing 6th Generation Intel® Core™, Intel’s Best Processor Ever
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
There are over 500 million computers in use today that are four to five years old or older. They are slow to wake, their batteries don’t last long, and they can’t take advantage of all the new experiences available today. Built on the new Skylake... Read more
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Business Wire
Arrow Electronics Enhances Semi-Autonomous Motorcar to Drive at Sonoma Grand PrixSONOMA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Former IndyCar driver and current Verizon Indy
Arrow Electronics Enhances Semi-Autonomous Motorcar to Drive at Sonoma Grand Prix
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
SONOMA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Former IndyCar driver and current Verizon IndyCar Series Team owner Sam Schmidt will drive a modified sports car on the Sonoma Grand Prix road course on Sunday in a high-speed demonstration of integrated... Read more
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Entrpreneur
Drone Maker Lands $60 Million From IntelIntel has invested $60 million into Hong Kong drone maker Yuneec through its ve
Drone Maker Lands $60 Million From Intel
Entrpreneur / Posted 6 days ago
Intel has invested $60 million into Hong Kong drone maker Yuneec through its venture funding arm Intel Capital. The news was announced by Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich and Yuneec chief executive Tian Yu in a joint Intel-Yuneec video... Read more
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Business Standard India
Intel India aligns with Design in India as it opens lab for entrepreneurs and startupsIntel, the global technology giant and manufacturer of microprocessors, on Thur
Intel India aligns with Design in India as it opens lab for entrepreneurs and startups
Business Standard India / Posted 6 days ago
Intel, the global technology giant and manufacturer of microprocessors, on Thursday unveiled Intel India Maker Lab in Bengaluru for innovators, startups and entrepreneurs in hardware space. This is a first-of-its-kind lab for Intel India... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Apple, Google, Microsoft and Nvidia race ahead with car tech plansCARS HAVE BEEN stuffed with technology for some time, featuring microprocessors
Apple, Google, Microsoft and Nvidia race ahead with car tech plans
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 7 days ago
CARS HAVE BEEN stuffed with technology for some time, featuring microprocessors and computer control units to support everything from fuel injection and engine performance, to GPS navigation and audio playback. But as consumer technology advances... Read more
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Business Wire
Global Microprocessor Market Forecast to Grow at a CAGR of 6.48% over the Period 2014-2019, New Report SaysPortable electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets become obsolete aft
Global Microprocessor Market Forecast to Grow at a CAGR of 6.48% over the Period 2014-2019, New Report Says
Business Wire / Posted 8 days ago
Portable electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets become obsolete after a short time. This is because of rapid launches of next-version models by vendors. The duration of the replacement cycle period, on average, is 8-12 months. In the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Graphics processors accelerate pattern discoveryParallel processing using the microprocessors in modern computer graphics adapt
Graphics processors accelerate pattern discovery
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
Parallel processing using the microprocessors in modern computer graphics adapters can greatly increase the speed of motif discovery at relatively low cost. Credit: tyodwong/iStock/Thinkstock Repeating patterns in complex biological networks can now... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Cancer cells turned goodFor the first time, aggressive breast, lung and bladder cancer cells have been
Cancer cells turned good
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 9 days ago
For the first time, aggressive breast, lung and bladder cancer cells have been made harmless by restoring to them the self-regulating function that prevents them from multiplying incoherently and forming dangerous growths. Scientists at the Mayo... Read more
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The Age
US scientists switch cancer cells back to normalCancer cells have been programmed back to normal by scientists in a breakthroug
US scientists switch cancer cells back to normal
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Cancer cells have been programmed back to normal by scientists in a breakthrough which could lead to new treatments and even reverse tumour growth. For the first time, aggressive breast, lung and bladder cancer cells have been turned back into... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
US scientists switch cancer cells back to normalCancer cells have been programmed back to normal by scientists in a breakthroug
US scientists switch cancer cells back to normal
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Cancer cells have been programmed back to normal by scientists in a breakthrough which could lead to new treatments and even reverse tumour growth. For the first time, aggressive breast, lung and bladder cancer cells have been turned back into... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Cancer cells programmed back to normal by US scientistsFor the first time, aggressive breast, lung and bladder cancer cells have been
Cancer cells programmed back to normal by US scientists
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
For the first time, aggressive breast, lung and bladder cancer cells have been turned back into harmless benign cells. Photo / iStock / Getty Images Cancer cells have been programmed back to normal by scientists in a breakthrough which could lead to... Read more
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ABS-CBNNEWS.com
June imports rise the most since January 2014MANILA - Philippine imports climbed for the first time in four months in June,
June imports rise the most since January 2014
ABS-CBNNEWS.com / Posted 9 days ago
MANILA - Philippine imports climbed for the first time in four months in June, rising 22.6 percent from a year earlier, data from the statistics office on Tuesday showed. The growth rate was the strongest since a 25.7 percent rise in January... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cancer cells programmed back to normal by US scientists“Initial experiments in some aggressive types of cancer are indeed very promisi
Cancer cells programmed back to normal by US scientists
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
“Initial experiments in some aggressive types of cancer are indeed very promising. “It represents an unexpected new biology that provides the code, the software for turning off cancer." The scientists discovered that the glue which holds cells... Read more
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PC Advisor
Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 820's new Hexagon DSP for always-on sensors, image processingQualcomm announces Snapdragon 820's new Hexagon DSP for always-on sensors,...
Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 820's new Hexagon DSP for always-on sensors, image processing
PC Advisor / Posted 10 days ago
Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 820's new Hexagon DSP for always-on sensors,... Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 820's new Hexagon DSP for always-on sensors,... Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 820's new Hexagon DSP for always-on sensors, image... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Windows 95 two decades on: but why all the upgrades? By James Harland from RMIT University It's been 2
Windows 95 two decades on
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
: but why all the upgrades? By James Harland from RMIT University It's been 20 years since the launch of Microsoft's Windows 95 operating system, which changed the way we interacted with computers. But what was it that was... Read more
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CNET
The future of the tablet is the PCApple CEO Tim Cook once compared a tablet-laptop combo to mashing up a refriger
The future of the tablet is the PC
CNET / Posted 12 days ago
Apple CEO Tim Cook once compared a tablet-laptop combo to mashing up a refrigerator with a toaster. The resulting Frankenstein device would do an equally lousy job of chilling your food and warming it up. That was three years ago. Today, these... Read more
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PhysOrg
Unique technology for creating microdroplets suitable for portable automatic analytical devices Scientists from Tallinn Uni
Unique technology for creating microdroplets
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
suitable for portable automatic analytical devices Scientists from Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) have devised a unique technology for creating microdroplets suitable for portable automatic... Read more
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Engadget
Live from the Intel Developer Forum 2015 keynote!It's time once again for Intel's turn at the spotlight. Today is the first day
Live from the Intel Developer Forum 2015 keynote!
Engadget / Posted 16 days ago
It's time once again for Intel's turn at the spotlight. Today is the first day of Intel's Developer Forum 2015, and if CEO Brian Krzanich's blog post is any indication, we actually have a pretty good chance to hear about some interesting news beyond... Read more
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iol.co.za
The hazards of technologyAll the frenzy over car-hacking would make more sense if the risks weren’t so e
The hazards of technology
iol.co.za / Posted 17 days ago
All the frenzy over car-hacking would make more sense if the risks weren’t so easy to reduce: Just drive a simple car. The threat of hackers taking control of cars has lately elicited perhaps more excitement than it deserves. The success of two... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Rise in amateurs’ use of drones raises risk to other aircraftPublic safety Crime & Safety Headlines The skies over Red, White and Boom can
Rise in amateurs’ use of drones raises risk to other aircraft
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 18 days ago
Public safety Crime & Safety Headlines The skies over Red, White and Boom can get awfully crowded, with police helicopters sharing space with television helicopters, all dodging airplanes... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
UF develops new machine to help citrus growersAs citrus greening continues to impact Florida’s groves, growers have found tha
UF develops new machine to help citrus growers
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 18 days ago
As citrus greening continues to impact Florida’s groves, growers have found that they need a way to quickly and accurately count the amount of fruit dropped early to help identify problem areas, which will save time and money. University of Florida... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Don't call it AI: Put away your fears of artificial intelligence. Assistive intelligence is the future"I'd love to get together. Cc'ing Clara on our end to set a time on the calenda
Don't call it AI: Put away your fears of artificial intelligence. Assistive intelligence is the future
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 20 days ago
"I'd love to get together. Cc'ing Clara on our end to set a time on the calendar." A lot of people I know now have an assistant named Clara. And each of these Claras is remarkably deft at cutting through that often unending chain of time-wasting... Read more
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Gamasutra
Sponsored: Improving Android game performance with Intel INDE GPAThis tutorial guides you through four successive optimization steps. At each st
Sponsored: Improving Android game performance with Intel INDE GPA
Gamasutra / Posted 21 days ago
This tutorial guides you through four successive optimization steps. At each step the application is analyzed with Intel INDE GPA to identify specific performance bottlenecks. An appropriate optimization is then toggled within the application to... Read more
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Investopedia
3 Reasons Why Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Keeps Sliding (INTC,AMD)Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) is a global semiconductor company that offers
3 Reasons Why Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Keeps Sliding (INTC,AMD)
Investopedia / Posted 21 days ago
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) is a global semiconductor company that offers x86 microprocessors, discrete graphic processing units and professional graphics, servers, and System-on-Chip products and technology for game consoles. The company sells... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers develop machine to count dropped citrus, identify problem areas in grovesAs citrus greening continues to impact Florida's groves, growers have found tha
Researchers develop machine to count dropped citrus, identify problem areas in groves
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
As citrus greening continues to impact Florida's groves, growers have found that they need a way to quickly and accurately count the amount of fruit dropped early to help identify problem areas, which will save time and money. University of Florida... Read more
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PhysOrg
Seller beware: International transactions require much more than a contractSuppose China wants to buy microprocessors from the United States. The two coun
Seller beware: International transactions require much more than a contract
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
Suppose China wants to buy microprocessors from the United States. The two countries sign a contract—and then the United States hopes that China, as the buyer, holds up its end of the bargain. (One could say the same for China, by the way.) One might... Read more
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ABS-CBNNEWS.com
Exports fall for 3rd month in a row in JuneMANILA - The Philippine statistics office said on Tuesday that exports fell 3.3
Exports fall for 3rd month in a row in June
ABS-CBNNEWS.com / Posted 23 days ago
MANILA - The Philippine statistics office said on Tuesday that exports fell 3.3 percent in June, the third month in a row of annual declines in shipments. Exports fell 3.3 percent to $5.28 billion in June, year-on-year. Electronics and... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Electronic skin sensors to control mobile gadgets iSkin prototype uses flexible, stretchable, silicone stickers as skin-worn, t
Electronic skin sensors to control mobile gadgets
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 24 days ago
iSkin prototype uses flexible, stretchable, silicone stickers as skin-worn, touch sensors for mobile computing. Matthew Stock reports. Imagine controlling your smart phone with one of these... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ray-tracing software lets researchers visualize science with greater fidelityThe image shows the path of water through the karst limestone structure of a gr
Ray-tracing software lets researchers visualize science with greater fidelity
PhysOrg / Posted 24 days ago
The image shows the path of water through the karst limestone structure of a ground sample taken from south Florida. The photorealistic shading enhances the analysis of the stone porosity and the spatial arrangement of the flow traces. Credit: Data... Read more
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Engadget
Combination locks are no match for this Arduino-powered cracker If you need a reminder not to put your complete trust in standard combination
Combination locks are no match for this Arduino-powered cracker
Engadget / Posted 24 days ago
If you need a reminder not to put your complete trust in standard combination locks, here it is. Samy Kamkar, who once also engineered software that can hijack drones, created a... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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19 Action News Cleveland
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
19 Action News Cleveland / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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WALB Albany
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
WALB Albany / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
FOX Carolina / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as wel
Cheap prosthetic knee mimics normal walking
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 26 days ago
(RNN) - A cheap prosthetic knee in testing might enable a person to walk as well as one that costs $50,000. The passive, low-tech prosthetic knee that researchers at the Massachusetts Institutes of Technology and Harvard University are developing... Read more
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