Mary Beard surprises with this bit 0f information about the Roman Catiline's lineage in SPQR: Among his blue-blooded forebears, his great-grandfather was a hero of the war against Hannibal, with the extra claim
Object of intrigue: the prosthetic iron hand of a 16th-century knight https://t.co/RXYyT0u6Ei pic.twitter.com/klHNSuYodZ — Atlas Obscura (@atlasobscura) October 20, 2016 and am awfully glad I don't live
Plaster Casts On A Broken Limb In 2016? Please Print Out Mine! - The Medical Futurist https://t.co/0rbV1T00Rk pic.twitter.com/D22sgT899d — Nick van Terheyden (@drnic1) March 31, 2016 The
This girl designed her own superhero prosthetic arm, and it shoots sparkles https://t.co/INJecI2aaI pic.twitter.com/Aj1vFNwAVz — Fast Company (@FastCompany) March 28, 2016 There's video at the link.
Carolina Panthers player could be first to wear 3D-printed brace in an NFL game https://t.co/UoqP4Wlxhz pic.twitter.com/3w2beJ7SFS — Mashable (@mashable) February 5, 2016 This has got to be
http://blog.fastcompany.com/post/138487176638/this-high-tech-prosthetic-works-with-a When I read that line about a game controller I thought this might be a DIY project. If you check the linked article and video, you'll