Adam Piore

Author; 'The Body Builders: Inside the Science of the Engineered Human'

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Author; 'The Body Builders: Inside the Science of the Engineered Human'

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Hugh Herr was a teenaged rock-climbing star when he lost his legs below the knees, then built prosthetics to help him walk and climb even more efficiently.

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Hugh Herr was a teenaged rock-climbing star when he lost his legs below the knees, then built prosthetics to help him walk and climb even more efficiently.

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