One of the latest inventions out of Tel Aviv University can patch up broken hearts. We're talking about the real organs here, especially those damaged by myocardial infarction or heart attack. A team from the Israeli university created a "cyborg heart patch" that combines both living tissue and electronic components to replace the damaged parts of the organ. "It's very science fiction, but it's already here," says one of its creators, Prof. Tal Dvir. "[W]e expect it to move cardiac research forward in a big way." The patch can contract and expand like real heart tissue can, but it can do much, much more than that.