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Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021 | Springer Nature Switzerland AG | Item availability restricted.

The staircase drive—A novel actuator design optimised for daisy-chaining and minimum stress load coupling - Falk-Martin Hoffmann, Keith R. Holland, Nicholas Harris, Neil M. White and Filippo Maria Fazi
Type: Article | 2021

Co-creation facilitates translational research on upper limb prosthetics - Hannah Jones, Sigrid Dupan, Maxford Coutinho, Sarah Day, Deirdre Desmond, Margaret Donovan-hall, Matthew Dyson, Thea Ekins-coward, Laurence Kenney, Agamemnon Krasoulis, Doug Mcintosh, Kaveh Memarzadeh, Edward Small, Gemma Wheeler, Hancong Wu and Kianoush Nazarpour
Type: Article | 2021

Co-creation and user perspectives for upper limb prosthetics - Hannah Jones, Sigrid Dupan, Matthew Dyson, Agamemnon Krasoulis, Laurence P. J. Kenney, Margaret Donovan-hall, Kaveh Memarzadeh, Sarah Day, Maxford Coutinho and Kianoush Nazarpour
Type: Article | 2021

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