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It’s like these headlines were plucked right from a sci fi novel! From cancer-detecting bras to bionic pants, there’s no holding back on the potential of technological advancement. Read it all right here (and follow us on Twitter @MDTAP to see ALL the articles we post)! AT in the news for the week of 3/23 thru 3/27

From apps to 3D printing, hearing technology has come a long way in the battle to put an end to hearing loss

A Wristband that Destroys Cancer Cells

Acrobat DC and Reader DC accessibility update

‘No hands, no problem’: handless gamer dominates ‘League of Legends’

New line of GE stoves designed for visually impaired

Brazilian Creates App to Convey Emotions for Audiovisual Impairments

Myoelectric prosthetic brings bionics closer technology

Assistive technology is a needed tool in the city’s resource-starved schools

NFB Connect App Brings Federation News and Info to your iPhone

Why Force Touch Matters for Accessibility

Bionic Power Trousers Could Help Us Get Up The Stairs

These girls used Lego pieces to design a battery-powered page turner for people who are paralyzed or have arthritis

The Best and the Worst of Times for Disability Arts

Robotic Hand Could Help With Stroke Patient Rehabilitation

NY teens impress Obama with inventions for elderly, disabled

Music without barriers: providing easy access for deaf and disabled fans

How a wheelchair challenge mobilized a high school to become more accessible

Local group designs, fits bikes for those with special needs

Forsyth homeschool robotics team invents way for teaching beginner’s braille

Cancer detecting “Smart Bra” uses temperature sensors to detect early signs of breast cancer

Wearing a Necklace of Sound: Access World reviews the Phonak ComPilot for people with hearing loss

Doodle is a plush pal that informs parents about little one’s health patterns

25 Ideas Shaping The Future Of Design

Seattle Art Museum tests rolling telepresence devices to let disabled guests

Kids with learning disabilities harness technology in school

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