Posts Tagged ‘The science of prosthetics’

The Real Iron Man? How prosthetic limbs and mechanical organs are going to make us all faster, stronger and healthier

  The science of prosthetics is a dark art. Driven in its development by an unholy combination of sci-fi-like human imagination and the horrors of war, it has long held a shuddery kind of fascination for onlookers. Surprisingly, though, it’s now poised to emerge from the shadows and become a catalyst not for patching up […]