Experts create the world's most complete bionic man

Take a look at the bionic man

Robotics experts have created the world's most complete bionic man - made with a working heart and a face.

Rex, as the team have named him, even has lungs, kidneys and arms and legs that move.

Bionic man with one of the robotics experts who helped build it. This bionic man cost £500,000 to build

And just like you he has blood pumping through him, though Rex's blood isn't real.

In fact, none of Rex is real, but he is made up of all the different parts that human can have as transplants.

Doctors use such parts to help patients with a limb missing or organs that don't work properly.

He was built for a television programme all about the technology that goes into making artificial body parts.

Doctors use such parts to help patients with a limb missing or organs that don't work properly.

It goes on display at London's Science Museum this week.

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