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Eight Livers Per Minute

Researchers have developed a technique for building living tissue with ink-jet printers.

[via Geek Press]

Posted by Rand Simberg at January 23, 2003 10:51 AM
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Rand you were just pointing us to an old post you had, stating technology is the force that pushes man along, is this the next wave? Biotecnology stocks will be up when this news hits the usual outlets. The hell with printed circuitry and smaller processors, lets have printed replacement body parts. Would this look like the arm repair Rico got in StarShip Troopers? Very possibly.

Posted by Steve at January 23, 2003 11:25 AM

Biotech stocks will be up if the Prez. doesn't decide that this new technology might encourage women to have abortions and ban it.

Posted by Imablog at January 23, 2003 12:03 PM

Does that mean I can start drinking more now? I was on kind of a liver conservation regimen.

Posted by David Perron at January 27, 2003 08:28 AM

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