Radical Science News shared Hashem Al-Ghaili's 3D Printed Knee Implant.
Repairing damaged cartilage using 3D Printing with malleable "ink" hydrogel that mimics three resilience og cartilage.....
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This cartilage-like hydrogel can repair damaged knees.
Well to be honest, this wouldn't be the first time #Elon was extremely wrong about Biology. His Teraforming ideas for #Mars lack deeply on the #Biology side as well.
"Putting an implant in healthy people? That would require extraordinary evidence of safety. And that’s hard to picture, because as soon as you open someone’s head you put that person’s life at risk. We at MIT #Technology #Review know of only one case of a healthy person getting a #brain #implant: a crazy stunt undertaken in Central America by a scientist trying to do research on himself. It caused life-threatening complications." ... See MoreSee Less
Radical Science NewsWell we support him in his efforts anyways, we must start somewhere.15 hours ago · 1
Rinor MujajWhat Musk proposed is possible but not reliable at this time Seems that the agenda of these institutions is biased2 days ago · 2
Sushant KhanalThats the difference right there between realistic people and dreamers. We all know who among the two have been changing the world. Elon is not starting the company because he thinks it will be successful, he is starting it because humanity will need it in the coming decades to not lose to machines.2 days ago · 3
Jim KlieforthThe technology does not involve opening heads, rather, injection of nano computers that will cluster in the brain. I'll be first in line if he's looking for volunteer!1 day ago
The SkinGun has been waiting on that FDA approval for years.
Scientists have invented a dryer that can dry clothes in half the time without heat.
"Reach out to somebody...share your passion, get them to join the team." Watch @Joi's remarks at #ScienceMarchBoston <3 ... See MoreSee Less
Media Lab director Joi Ito's closing remarks at the March for Science in Boston on April 22, 2017.
Radical Science News shared Explorist's Wirelessly-Powered Medical Implants.
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These wirelessly-powered medical implants can change everything...
Why is "Infinity Mirrors" attracting record crowds?
Marshall GattenI was once in a doctor's office where they had completely covered all the walls of the bathroom with mirrors. It was freaky.6 days ago
Caroline CorbellariSpéciale dédicace pour mes terminales qui ont un sujet a réaliser avec cette artiste..yahoi kusama..la princesse aux petits pois😍6 days ago
This company is spicing up postcards with augmented reality.
Marshall GattenNeat idea, but poor use of AR. Who wants to have to hold their phone and postcard exactly parallel to each other for two minutes or so? But postcards that contain, in addition to regular postcard writing stuff, a QR code that links to a video or other content is a neat idea. I just might create bonus content on this year's Christmas cards for people who figure out on their own, and take the initiative, to scan a QR on the card. The gears are spinning....6 days ago · 1
Angelo CacchioneCute but .. what's wrong with just sending a video via whatsapp , for free5 days ago
David HaleNobody wants to download an app to look at something for two minutes. That's the problem with AR.6 days ago
Radical Science News shared Vox's I’m a Tea Party conservative. Here’s how to win over Republica....
(quote) "....this Earth is not a 'Republican Earth'....it is not a 'Democrat Earth"....This Earth is for ALL of us...."
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Debbie Dooley, one of the founders of the Tea Party movement and a Donald Trump supporter, has some advice for talking to conservatives about climate change.
Nick ReynoldsNot brainwashed. Not in denial. Just don't believe CO2 is the primary cause of climate change, as there are too many variables in climate models to prove the direct link that liberals push. I think we do bad to the environment, but I think we should start fixing our impact in different ways than are proposed. Oil drilling practices, plastics, chemical dumping, tree conservation... There are many other things that could help our environment more than solar panels (which are great too). We just need to look at the big Risk vs Reward picture and stop throwing money at an unproven theory in hopes we will avoid sudden doom (which is unavoidable anyway according to alarmists). I think we would save more lives working on these other causes along with putting some of that money towards famine. We need to stop pushing flawed technologies like electric cars that derive their energy from coal fire plants and ethanol gas that doesn't have the same miles/gallon ratio that unleaded does... There are many examples of our government throwing money away in this manner.5 days ago