Developer of Boston Arm dies

06/5/2014 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Melvin Glimcher, who helped develop the Boston Arm, died May 12 at the age of 88. Glimcher, who was an orthopedic surgeon, was also trained in mechanical engineering and physics. The Boston Arm, unveiled in 1968, responded to signals from the brain.

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