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  • n  application of biological principles to the study and design of engineering systems (especially electronic systems)

  • Then he asks: "What remains of the Muses, who inspired beautiful souls, under the hard light of biochemistry, genetics or bionics?" Answer: plastic art.
  • At a bionics symposium sponsored by the Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base last week, Radio Corp.
  • But the thing they got right was that the issues surrounding the bionics were not simple or easy.
News & Articles

  • Bionic Suit Could Help Paralyzed Soldiers Walk Again
    A Connecticut nonprofit is looking to give the gift of mobility to paralyzed veterans. SoldierSocks in Stamford teamed up with the California company, Ekso Bionics, the creator of the Ekso suit. Ekso suits are robotic exoskeletons which allow people who …
    June 13, 2013 - FOX CT Hartford
Quotes

  • Kim Carr in iT News
    Australia's development of the bionic ear has already made a dramatic difference to the lives of thousands of people world-wide and has cemented Australia as a world leader in bionics,Senator Carr said. "Bionic eye research holds similar...
  • Jake Wood in PR Newswire (press release)
    My experience working with Touch Bionics has been that the company is very credible, reliable and responsive and that the company's primary interest is patient care,said Jake Wood, CP, FAAOP, sole certified prosthetist and co-owner at...

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