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Researchers work to develop prosthetic hand controlled by brain
Lee Kauftheil / THE STATE PRESS
ROBOTIC PROSTHETICS: David Meller, a bioengineering Ph.D. student, models the glove used to map the movement of the hand. Next to him is the robotic arm that will eventually be used to test software for a robotic prosthetic hand controlled by the brain. Need a hand? ASU can help.

Researchers with various specialties have teamed up this semester to develop a prosthetic hand controlled entirely by brain signals.

Student's 'cool' idea goes to market
A year ago, Kevin Pringles had an idea and a basic prototype for a product he hoped to mass-produce.

Phoenix senator seeks to crack down on DUIs

An Arizona state senator is looking to toughen extreme- DUI penalties with two bills in the state Legislature.

More Devils take unbeaten path
Most graduates trade their caps and gowns for a resume and suit, eager to enter the job market and employ the skills they learned in college.

Police Beat
An unknown male suspect reportedly shoplifted three books from the ASU Bookstore Monday afternoon.

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