ICYMI: Brightest X-ray laser, 3D printing cartilage and more

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ICYMI: Brightest X-ray laser, 3D printing cartilage and more image
ICYMI: Brightest X-ray laser, 3D printing cartilage and more image
ICYMI: Brightest X-Ray Laser, 3D Printing Cartilage and More

Today on In Case You Missed It: Stanford's National Accelerator Laboratory is upgrading a laser beam to make it the brightest X-ray laser in the world, enabling all sorts of as-yet unseen science. Popular Chinese phone maker Xiaomi makes a ceramic-backed phone that appears to be near indestructible. And medical researchers are using patient-derived, stem-cell cartilage to repair joints by 3D-drawing them when doing surgery, rather than harvest existing cartilage from elsewhere on the body.

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