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Suffering for motor control

From personal phone to personal transport, according to speakers at the 'Transport in the New Millennium' conference organised by the Transport research group at the Royal College of Art, it is but a small step into the future - though one which seems to require an awful lot of deliberation by industry and government alike.

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