London man receives bionic arm with a USB port and built-in flashlight
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A London man who lost his arm following a traumatic train accident has been offered a new lease on life. He's the first person to receive a futuristic prototype bionic arm that uses state of the art robotics to connect the nerves and muscles of the shoulder with a functional prosthetic. The arm and hand can perform delicate commands that conventional prosthetics just aren't able to match, with a few extra, high-tech features built in. At age 22, biological scientist James Young suffered...