NBC News: 5-year-old receives prosthetic hand from UC student engineers
Alice Kurylo was born with a smaller right hand than left, which made everyday movements more challenging. That’s when student engineers at the University of Cincinnati stepped in to create a pink mechanical hand. Now Alice can hold hands and can give high-fives.
UC student group EnableUC manufactures 3D-printed parts to create inexpensive custom prosthetics for children across the country. Watch Alice's pink hand in action in her interview on NBC Nightly News.
Additional EnableUC media coverage
- PBS: How a 3-D printed hand from UC gave a girl the gift of play
- USA Today: Students build 3-D printed prosthetic hands for kids
- NPR: The Latest Advancements In Technology Designed To Improve Lives Of Those Facing Physical Challenges
- Medical Plastics News: Student organization developing affordable 3-D printed prosthetics
- 3ders.org: Student group EnableUC working on 3-D printed 'Luke Skywalker' prosthetic hand
- WKRC: Girl throws out 1st pitch at Reds game with help of prosthetic hand made by UC students
- WLWT: 4-year-old girl receives prosthetic hand thanks to Cincinnati students
- The Cincinnati Enquirer: UC students build 3-D printed prosthetic hands for kids
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