Marc Rigas

National Science Foundation

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Program Manager in the Office of Cyberinfrastructure at the National Science Foundation and Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering at George Mason University

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Prosthetic devices have reached the point where they don't just help people in need.  They can make them as fit -- or fitter -- than everyone else.

Will Today's Disability Be Tomorrow's Super-ability?

Prosthetic devices have reached the point where they don't just help people in need.  They can make them as fit -- or fitter -- than everyone else.

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