A Californian non-profit has set up a lab for 3D-printing artificial limbs in Sudan so that the local community can supply the low-cost prosthetics to victims of war.
Mick Ebeling founded Not Impossible Labs with the aim of helping create low-cost, open source, DIY solutions to healthcare problems.
This latest project was inspired by a 14-year-old boy who told Time magazine he lost both hands in the war and wanted to die without them.
— WATCH the video below
— READ the story in WIRED
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