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Cuban Advocates Discussion to Allow HGH use in ...

(http://www.usatoday.com) - scanned by: Joe Meme 11 months ago
"I believe that professional sports leagues should work together and fund studies to determine the efficacy of HGH for rehabbing an injury..It could allow us to make a data based decision rather than the emotional decision we are currently ma... More>>>
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Monkeys Control Coordinated Arms Using BMI

(http://singularityhub.com) - scanned by: Joe Meme 11 months ago
The findings will support the Walk Again Project, a Duke-led international consortium of BMI researchers that to unveil prototype robotic exoskeleton that lets quadriplegics walk at the opening ceremony of the 2014 World Cup 2014 More>>>
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3D printing to rebuild patient's face at Morris...

(http://www.bbc.co.uk) - scanned by: il pinolo 11 months ago
Surgeons in Swansea are using groundbreaking 3D printing technology to rebuild a patient's face which was crushed in a motorbike accident. More>>>
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Prosthetic Fingers That Grab Gracefully

(http://www.nytimes.com) - scanned by: il pinolo over 4 years ago
ProDigits can replace any or all fingers on a hand; each replacement digit has a tiny motor and gear box mounted at the base. Movement is controlled by a computer chip in the prosthesis. The individual, motorized fingers are a new and promising de... More>>>
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Replacement Bones, Grown to Order in the Lab

(http://www.nytimes.com) - scanned by: il pinolo over 4 years ago
Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, a professor of biomedical engineering at Columbia University, has solved one of many problems on the way to successful bone implants: how to grow new bones in the anatomical shape of the original. More>>>
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The world's only immortal animal

(http://green.yahoo.com) - scanned by: Jeff Hilford over 4 years ago
The turritopsis nutricula species of jellyfish may be the only animal in the world to have truly discovered the fountain of youth. Since it is capable of cycling from a mature adult stage to an immature polyp stage and back again, there may be ... More>>>
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Fake blood 2.0?

(http://www.the-scientist.com) - scanned by: Bora over 4 years ago
Newly created synthetic particles that mimic red blood cells may one day carry drug molecules and/or oxygen through bloodstreams, according to researchers writing in this week's issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). More>>>
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Cognitive dysfunction reversed in mouse model o...

(http://www.sciencedaily.com) - scanned by: Jeff Hilford over 4 years ago
findings from the Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital shed light on the neural basis of memory defects in Down syndrome and suggest a new strategy for treating the defects with medication. More>>>
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IBM's Blue Gene Models Cat's Entire Brain

(http://www.popsci.com) - scanned by: Jeff Hilford over 4 years ago
Using 144 terabytes of RAM, scientists simulate a cat's cerebral cortex based on 1 billion neurons and 10 trillion synapses More>>>
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A pill for longer life?

(http://www.nature.com) - scanned by: Bora over 5 years ago
Rapamycin, a drug commonly used in humans to prevent transplanted organs from being rejected, has been found to extend the lives of mice by up to 14% — even when given to the mice late in life. More>>>
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The Future of Human Evolution

(http://www.humansfuture.org) - scanned by: evo4ata over 5 years ago
Scientific and speculative articles about the future of human evolution regarding to artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, transhumanism, nanotechnology, space colonization, time travel, life extension and human enhancement More>>>
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Never Say Die

(http://www.forbes.com) - scanned by: Jeff Hilford over 5 years ago
Harvard Medical School longevity researcher David Sinclair thinks pharmaceutical science is on the brink of a new generation of supermedicines that will prolong the human life span. More>>>
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