This is so touching.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
This is so touching.
DARPA is going full sci-fi and working on replacement limbs with full sensory feedback.
Easton LaChappelle is just 19 years old, and he's already changing the world, as we see in the premiere episode of 'Luminaries.'
Prosthetic limbs get very, very smart at Johns Hopkins
Would you like to see an adorable disabled dog immediately start running when fitted with some well-designed prosthetic paws?
Thanks to 3D printers Bubba has a new prosthetic hand, and of course he asked for an Iron Man hand.
One charity is helping disabled kids both have a better life and show others they're the best they are at what they do.
The DEKA Arm can officially be sold in the US, and that means a lot of people are about to have a better quality of life.
3D printing is making your dreams a reality. If your dreams involve robot sea slugs.
A fan at a Dallas Mavericks game used his prosthetic leg as free t-shirt bait, because there's no greater upside to prosthetic limb-having.
Arkansas Razorbacks cheerleader Patience Beard happens to be an amputee with a zebra-print prosthetic leg, and she's awesome.
Naki'o is the first dog to ever be fitted with four prosthetic legs. Now Reuters has an update to the story of Naki'o the bionic dog. Right in the feels.
A person who has benefited from the Terminator-style robot hand (Bebionic3 prosthetic hand) demonstrates just how awesome it is.
Sun Jifa, a 51-year-old farmer in China, lost both hands in an explosion and has spent the last eight years building new bionic hands.
"My girlfriend’s dog lost a paw when it was a puppy.
There are many firsts in a person's lifetime.
A troop of Girl Scouts called the Flying Monkeys did something that proves once again that adults suck, and built a little girl with no fingers a prosthetic hand for free.
Cthulhu fhtagn Kaylene Kau, an industrial designer from Seattle, Washington, created the prosthetic arm seen above.
Boy, there's a headline we're going to have to get used to writing.