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Meet the extraordinary double amputee who never stopped climbing, Hugh Herr. He developed a bionic prosthetic pair of legs that will serve his purpose—to keep living and not wasting Albert Dow’s sacrifice, who took part in the search and rescue operation for Hugh and his climbing partner. Regarded as one of the best climbers of the USA, pre & post leg amputation. "There's no such thing as a disabled person. There's only disabled technologies." Hugh Herr…

Meet the extraordinary double amputee who never stopped climbing, Hugh Herr. He developed a bionic prosthetic pair of legs that will serve his purpose—to keep living and not wasting Albert Dow’s sacrifice, who took part in the search and rescue operation for Hugh and his climbing partner. Regarded as one of the best climbers of the USA, pre & post leg amputation. "There's no such thing as a disabled person. There's only disabled technologies." Hugh Herr…

Amos, a student at Arlington Academy of Hope in Bududa district of Uganda, receives a prothetic arm that was 3D printed for him at Marymount University. Dr. Elizabeth Langran (left), an associate professor of Education, brought Amos' case to professors at the university who created the arm. Amos' aunt looks on at right.(photo by Kate Lord)

Amos, a student at Arlington Academy of Hope in Bududa district of Uganda, receives a prothetic arm that was 3D printed for him at Marymount University. Dr. Elizabeth Langran (left), an associate professor of Education, brought Amos' case to professors at the university who created the arm. Amos' aunt looks on at right.(photo by Kate Lord)

Quentin Durward Corley (1884-1980) was a Texas circuit judge. On September 18, 1905 in Utica, New York he was in a railroad accident and lost both hands and one arm and shoulder. Within two years he invented and patented an artificial limb.

Quentin Durward Corley (1884-1980) was a Texas circuit judge. On September 18, 1905 in Utica, New York he was in a railroad accident and lost both hands and one arm and shoulder. Within two years he invented and patented an artificial limb.

This Bald eagle lost her beak after being shot in the face by poachers. Engineers were able to design a prosthetic beak for the bird so that she could live on. We love people that love animals this much. Thank you for everything that you do! visit our blog-- http://we-earth.blogspot.in/  its INature

This Bald eagle lost her beak after being shot in the face by poachers. Engineers were able to design a prosthetic beak for the bird so that she could live on. We love people that love animals this much. Thank you for everything that you do! visit our blog-- http://we-earth.blogspot.in/ its INature

An engineer adjusts "The Incredible Bionic Man" at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. The robot is the world's first-ever functioning bionic man made of prosthetic parts and artificial organ implants...

An engineer adjusts "The Incredible Bionic Man" at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. The robot is the world's first-ever functioning bionic man made of prosthetic parts and artificial organ implants...

For my Senior Design Project at Rose-Hulman, we worked on a prosthetic hind limb for a dog.  The design was inspired by the prosthesis worn by Oscar Pistorius, the athlete shown in the picture.

For my Senior Design Project at Rose-Hulman, we worked on a prosthetic hind limb for a dog. The design was inspired by the prosthesis worn by Oscar Pistorius, the athlete shown in the picture.

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