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Woman Has Her Skull Replaced With A 3-D-Printed Plastic One
The most significant skull prosthetic to date
Screws Made From Silk Could Be Used In Surgical Implants
King Richard III’s Bones Found Under English Parking Lot
A stunning archaeological find--confirmed by DNA--to light up this winter of our discontent.
Particle Accelerator Reveals That First Land Animals Walked Like Seals
The backbone of life was organized just the opposite of what everyone has thought for 150 years.
Unproven Stem-Cell Cosmetic Treatments Can Grow Bones In Your Eyes
New cosmetic creams and therapies that make use of stem cells carry bizarre, gruesome risks.
PopSci Q&A: A Robot Masters the Art of Chicken Deboning
Using 3-D imaging and autonomous arms to take apart a bird cleaner and faster
Bio-Scaffold Regenerates Rabbit Joints In Vivo While the Rabbits Run
Though artificial-joint tech is pretty advanced these days, with titanium hips and knees built to last a decade or more,...
For the First Time, Simulation Predicts Precisely How Materials Fracture
Taking the "what the frack" out of materials engineering
Human Bones Successfully Grown in Lab From Stem Cells
Scientists could use the technique to reconstruct almost any intricate bone shape in the lab, using digital images as a model
A New Breed of Medical Screws Dissolve In Body and Promote Bone Growth
The screws used by doctors to repair broken bones and torn ligaments enable recovery from a wide range of injuries....