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8th-graders build prosthetic hand for 6th-grader

STEM SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2017

Eighth-graders at a Louisiana science and technology school used a 3D printer to create parts and assemble a prosthetic for a sixth-grader who was born without a right hand. Elkhan Akhundov, the school's science, technology, engineering and math coordinator, said the project motivated students to learn and help others. WAFB-TV (Baton Rouge, La.) (04/21)


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