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  • Utahn Kerry Finn, left, confers with University of Utah mechanical engineering assistant professor Tommaso Lenzi. Finn was one of ten participants to try out a new bionic leg developed by Lenzi and his team. The
    Mark Helzen Draper/University of Utah College of Engineering
    Utahn Kerry Finn, left, confers with University of Utah mechanical engineering assistant professor Tommaso Lenzi. Finn was one of ten participants to try out a new bionic leg developed by Lenzi and his team. The "Utah Bionic Leg" is a self-powered prosthetic limb with a computer processor and motorized joints in the ankle and knee that enable an amputee to walk with more power, vigor and better balance.
  • Utahn Kerry Finn, tests the
    Mark Helzen Draper/University of Utah College of Engineering
    Utahn Kerry Finn, tests the "Utah Bionic Leg," a self-powered prosthetic limb with a computer processor and motorized joints in the ankle and knee that enable an amputee to walk with more power, vigor and better balance.
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