Inspiring America: How One Florida PhD Student Changed Kids Lives, One Arm At a Time

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When a desperate mother asked the University of Central Florida to make a prosthetic arm for her son, engineering PhD student Albert Manero had an idea: could an arm be made by 3D printing? What began as one arm for one child later became 20 arms for 20 children. Click here to view the NBC Nightly News report.


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