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Strange Science, Serious Solutions

It’s an idea straight out of science fiction, and yet it’s very real: A prosthetic hand that connects to the brain as seamlessly as a natural limb, bending and twisting and grasping in response to brain waves. An amputated limb used to mean completely relearning everyday tasks. But not anymore—just ask Keven Walgamott, the primary…

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Ashley Szanter :Ashley Szanter is a Contributing Editor for Salt Lake magazine as well as a Freelance Writer and Editor. She loves writing about everything Utah, but has a special interest in Northern Utah (here's looking at you, Ogden and Logan).