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Artificial whiskers could inspire future instruments to aid keyhole surgery

last modified Sep 03, 2015 02:00 PM
In this article from The Conversation, Dr Michelle Oyen, Reader in Bioengineering for the Department of Engineering, examines how researchers are designing bio-inspired artificial whiskers – and what this means for the advancement of medicine.  Read more here.

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