Progress in the control of machines using signals sent by human nerves will soon allow the development of bionic limbs that will transform the lives of people with amputated limbs according to William Craelius, the inventor of the world’s most advanced artificial hand.

Dr Craelius, a biomedical engineer at Rutgers University, New Jersey, designed the Dextra artificial hand — the first that allows a person to use nerves to control individual mechanical fingers.
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