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Pregnant Robot Teaches Students

The UK's Sheffield Hallam University is using the Noelle birth simulator to teach student midwives.

Noelle simulates hundreds of scenarios, and mother and baby can be individually programmed offering students a rich range of scenarios and complications.

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