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bi·on·ic

(bī-on'ik),
Relating to or developed from bionics.

bionic

(bī-ŏn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to bionics.
2. Having anatomical structures or physiological processes that are replaced or enhanced by electronic or mechanical components.

bi·on·ic

(bī-on'ik)
Relating to or developed from bionics.

bionic

Relating to a living or life-like system enhanced by, or constructed from, electronic or mechanical components.
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It estimates the cost for a personalised bionic hand will drop to less than PS5,000 and take a fraction of the time to build.
Open Bionics founder Samantha Payne, 26, speaking before the trial began, said: "You can get a hook-type prosthetic, which is super primitive, or you can get a gripper prosthetic, which just open and closes.
Bionic Vision Technologies Executive Chairman Robert Klupacs said: This investment is an important milestone for our unique Australian technology and an endorsement of our approach to making a positive impact on global health.
Pixium Vision's Mission is to create a world of bionic vision for those who have lost their sight, enabling them to regain partial visual perception and greater autonomy.
Owing to rising income and growing awareness among the rising economies like India and China, the market for Bionics is poised to see a growth in the forecasted years.
Bionic Vision Technologies Executive Chairman Robert Klupacs said that manufacturing the next generation 99 electrode model would harness Australia's existing world class manufacturing expertise in laser-assisted fabrication, microelectronics design, chip-scale hermetic encapsulation and electrode integration all skills that have been honed by the UNSW team.
Now the brave boy is hoping for a pair of PS60,000 bionic hands - and his friends and family are busy raising money.
In a video posted online Thursday, the actor, dressed as Stark, who becomes Iron Man in the movies, presents a working bionic prosthesis to seven-year-old Alex, who was born with a partially developed right arm.
Dubbed Frank -- short for Frankenstein -- the bionic man even features a circulatory system and beating heart.
The robot with a human face unveiled at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum was built by London's Shadow Robot Co to showcase medical breakthroughs in bionic body parts and artificial organs.
Called "The Incredible Bionic Man,'' it chronicles engineers' attempt to assemble a functioning body using artificial parts that range from a working kidney and circulation system to cochlear and retina implants.