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Finally: Scientists 3D Print a Human Ear

Finally: Scientists 3D Print a Human Ear

Missing an ear or jaw…on your face? No problem.  You can now have that 3D printed.  Or at least sometime in the near future, according to scientists at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine. The team, led by Anthony Atala, unveiled something called Integrated Tissue and Organ Printing System (ITOP).  At this point…
$1 Million Face Transplant Complete, World’s Most Extensive

$1 Million Face Transplant Complete, World’s Most Extensive

There is a question that goes something like this: what can you get for $1 million?  The obvious answers usually involve cars and homes, things of a material nature.  Now you can add a face on top of that.  Yes, a literal face. That’s how much this face transplant cost…
Bulletproof Battery Material Promises Safe Large-Scale Rechargeables

Bulletproof Battery Material Promises Safe Large-Scale Rechargeables

Whether you use the best rechargeable AA batteries or AAAs, you want safe batteries. What do you look for most in a battery? If you said “bulletproof materials” then the University of Michigan has a big surprise for you. All right, so the obvious answer is “better battery life” but…
Grow Bone Tissue Exactly Where You Need It Most With New Medical Gel (video)

Grow Bone Tissue Exactly Where You Need It Most With New Medical Gel (video)

It’s amazing to think that we can repair serious bone damage by regrowing bones thanks to advances in medicine! But regrowing bones is a delicate matter; bones need to be regrown quite fast, but doctors have to carefully oversee that growth so that it produces the right shape for patients.…
Graphene Violates The Laws Of Physics In A World-Changing Way

Graphene Violates The Laws Of Physics In A World-Changing Way

Fourier’s law is perhaps not something you learned in high school physics, but it defines your life to a surprising degree. Essentially, the ability to conduct heat is intrinsic to the material; it doesn’t matter if you’ve got an inch of aluminum or a mile, it’ll conduct the same amount…
Hugh Herr’s TED Talk On Bionics Is A Must-Watch

Hugh Herr’s TED Talk On Bionics Is A Must-Watch

TED Talks have become… varying in quality, but the team behind them still finds some fascinating people to weigh in on some real issues. And one of them is Hugh Herr, one of the scientists pioneering a new world in bionics. Part Man, Part Machine Herr has a deeply personal…
Scio Helps You Find Out About the Chemical Breakdown of Foods, Medicine and More

Scio Helps You Find Out About the Chemical Breakdown of Foods, Medicine and More

Ever thought about the chemical breakdown of the things you eat or find out if the pills you’re going to take are real or a counterfeit product? Scio is here to help you get rid of these problems. The product is designed by the folks at Concept Physics, which can…
The Miracle Machine Is A Hoax

The Miracle Machine Is A Hoax

Recently, we brought you news of the Miracle Machine, a wine-brewing device for your tabletop. Sadly, we must now report that the device was little more than an elaborate hoax. Wine To Water Apparently, the plan was to promote Wine To Water, which is essentially a scheme where you buy…
Video of the Day: Watch a Magnet Slowly Fall to the Floor Without Wires or Magic (video)

Video of the Day: Watch a Magnet Slowly Fall to the Floor Without Wires or Magic (video)

No wires, no magic, no special effects. Yes, this block of metal (actually a magnet) is slowly falling towards the floor thanks to something called Eddy Currents. To be candid this isn’t the first time we’ve seen this effect. But hey, shoot us for posting something that always “draws” a…
Wisconsin Is Generating Electricity From… Cheese?

Wisconsin Is Generating Electricity From… Cheese?

Wisconsin is, of course, a state farmed far and wide for its dairy products. It makes 600 varieties of cheese, from the common cheeses of the working man to the obscure artisan. And that means it’s got a lot of cheese waste. Leave it to the state of cheese to…
Science Has A New, Cheaper And Spectacularly Creepy Method Of Making Maple Syrup

Science Has A New, Cheaper And Spectacularly Creepy Method Of Making Maple Syrup

I spent much of my teenage years in the state of Vermont, and as such, I have an appreciation for real maple syrup, and a deep contempt of the flavored sugar sludge that so often passes itself off as maple syrup. That said, the real stuff is expensive, thanks to…
The PocketQube Makes Putting A Satellite Into Space Even Easier

The PocketQube Makes Putting A Satellite Into Space Even Easier

It’s not cheap to put something into space. You basically have to pay to blow up a lot of stuff and focus that power in one direction, in order to get that item into space. Sending up your own satellite costs as much as a house, these days… but PocketQube…
Video of the Day: Watch a Cat Lung Transform From a Bloody Mess into a Balloon (video)

Video of the Day: Watch a Cat Lung Transform From a Bloody Mess into a Balloon (video)

Watch as these feline lungs expand from a pile of goo into a beautiful, smooth flesh bag of air.
UNiMO: Why Get A Wheelchair When You Can Get A Tank-Chair

UNiMO: Why Get A Wheelchair When You Can Get A Tank-Chair

One of the biggest problems for those with issues of limited mobility is the fact that the world, and much of the fun things in life, are designed for people with full mobility. If you need a wheelchair to get around, you may not be able to enjoy the great…
Science May Start Giving Us Wolverine-Esque Healing Factors

Science May Start Giving Us Wolverine-Esque Healing Factors

Everybody knows that Wolverine’s real power is his healing factor. Sure, the claws are fun, having adamantium bonded to your skeleton is useful, but it’s the fact that he can survive a power dive to the concrete or a crate of whiskey to the liver that makes Wolverine awesome. And…

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