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The most complex sense of touch helps us successfully communicate, both physical and emotional, and science is right on its way towards the creation of an artificial skin product for bionic prostheses to restore the sense of touch in a person who has lost an appendage. The biggest breakthrough innovation by Stanford University scientists involves the making of an electronic artificial skin which is capable of transmitting pressure changes through nerve cells, triggering a response from the brain that the artificial skin is in contact with something or someone.
In another incident relating to bionics, researchers at Case Western Reserve University successfully grafted electronics to nerve cells in the upper arm of a man who lost his hand in an accident.
Read More: Biotecnika Magazine- December 2015
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