Gerald Loeb

Director of the Medical Device Development Facility, University of Southern California

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Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director of the Medical Device Development Facility at the University of Southern California

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Until recently, the different movements of prosthetic arms — bending the elbow, turning the wrist and opening and closing the hand — all required separate motors.

Moving Prosthetic Arms Just by Thinking

Until recently, the different movements of prosthetic arms — bending the elbow, turning the wrist and opening and closing the hand — all required separate motors.

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