Prosthetists Meet 3D Printers conference
RIT Research Scientist Jon Scull and seven RIT students traveled to Baltimore to participate in the Prosthetists Meet 3D Printers conference at John Hopkins Hospital. There, they showed how children with missing hands and arms can receive a 3D-printed prosthesis at a fraction of the cost of a traditional prosthetic device through e-NABLE, founded by Schull. About 25 children benefitted from a new 3D hand as a result of that weekend's networking. Read more at http://www.rit.edu/news/story.php?id=51002.
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