Biomedical

12.01.17
3D-printed bacteria ink could be used to treat burns
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3D-printed bacteria ink could be used to treat burns

Researchers say the living ink could have a wide range of applications.

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10.13.16
ICYMI: End forgetfulness with the e-version of a Post-It.
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ICYMI: End forgetfulness with the e-version of a Post-It.

But how many people will brag of inventing it at high school reunions?

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11.14.14
Researchers develop first artificial muscle that can 'remember' movement
11.14.14

Researchers develop first artificial muscle that can 'remember' movement

We've seen ultrastrong artificial muscles and a freaky rubbery motor using the technology, but res...

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11.23.11
Researchers create spinal cord connectors from human stem cells, heralding breakthrough
11.23.11

Researchers create spinal cord connectors from human stem cells, heralding breakthrough

It's taken many years and more than a bit of brainpower, but researchers at the University of Cen...

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10.05.11
Piezoelectric system turns your balmy breath into pungent power
10.05.11

Piezoelectric system turns your balmy breath into pungent power

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have come up with a way to produce electricity fr...

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04.05.11
AMO Arm pneumatic prosthetic does mind-control on the cheap
04.05.11

AMO Arm pneumatic prosthetic does mind-control on the cheap

We're no strangers to amputees moving stuff with their minds -- for that matter, a thought-controll...

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