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UA engineer gives doctors a better feel for laparoscopic surgery

(University of Arizona College of Engineering) With $1.9 million from the National Science Foundation, a University of Arizona-led team of engineers, surgeons and virtual reality experts is developing and pilot-testing a computer-assisted surgical training device that will teach medical students how to perform laparoscopic surgery better than any human trainer.
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