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ICYMI: Animal vs. drone, 3D-printed living bone and more

The Netherlands is training eagles to take out drones in no-fly areas. No joke.
Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
02.02.16 in AV
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Dutch police are training eagles to attack drones in areas deemed off-limits while simultaneously being way more rad than other antidrone solutions that use nets.

A US-based company is testing a way to grow bones with stem cells and a 3D printer. The idea is that at first it could be used for smaller bones, for example if someone broke a cheekbone and needed surgery to repair it.

Japan is showing off a prototype for a new stealth fighter plane to replace the country's aging F-2 fighter jets.

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