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[case_player][/case_player] James Geiger, MD, professor of surgery at University of Michigan, and his colleague, professor of engineering, Shorya Awtar, have developed a low-tech, and relatively inexpensive surgical tool that increases the precision of a surgeon's hand, arm, and wrist movements during...
Growing genetically-matched replacement organs for human transplantation may soon be possible thanks to our 4-legged friend, the pig.
[case_player][/case_player] New 3d-printing technology from the research labs of Wake Forest University hopes to speed up the healing process for burn victims and patients with severe skin wounds. This modified printer is designed to measure and map the geography of the injury and then "print" the correct...