Toronto professor turns to 3-D printing to help Ugandan child amputees


By Amy Ratelle on Jan 18th, 2014

THE GLOBE AND MAIL - A University of Toronto professor has teamed up with an international charity and a hospital in Uganda to try to help child amputees in that country using 3-D printing technology. Matt Ratto and the Critical Making Lab were approached by Christian Blind Mission to help solve the problem of a lack of access to prosthetics for children. Click here for the full article.

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