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3D printed biorobot will enter your gut to track and destroy toxins | ExtremeTech

3D printed biorobot will enter your gut to track and destroy toxins | ExtremeTech | Engineering | Scoop.it
Using new and specialized 3D printing technology, engineers were able to deposit a bio-friendly hydrogel into a classic cantilever design just 7 by 2 millimeters in size and seeded with heart cells from a rat.

 

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Technology has come far..  #futureengineering

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German engineering firm EDAG's concept Genesis gives a pe...

German engineering firm EDAG's concept Genesis gives a pe... | Engineering | Scoop.it
SGerman engineering firm EDAG's concept Genesis gives a peek at the sweeping, sci-fi future of car design, where entire vehicle bodies are 3D printed in one piece rather than being assembled from thousands of ...
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Construction of 270MW Ontario wind project underway

Construction of 270MW Ontario wind project underway | Engineering | Scoop.it
Project in Goderich, Ont., will use 140 Ontario-made wind turbines; will generate enough power for 100,000 homes

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Sustainable energy is the way to go!

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Watch: Scientists 'herd' cells in new approach to tissue engineering

Watch: Scientists 'herd' cells in new approach to tissue engineering | Engineering | Scoop.it
UC Berkeley engineers have found that an electrical current can be used to orchestrate the flow of a group of cells. This achievement sets the stage for more controlled forms of tissue engineering and for potential applications ...
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