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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Silvestro Micera
Bionics researchers have made a breakthrough, creating a new hand for amputees with fingers that allow the wearer to actually feel sensations.
"It is the first time that an amputee has had real-time touch sensation from a prosthetic device," said Prof. Silvestro Micera, one of the researchers on the international team, in the Science Translational Medicine.