DTNS 2586 – Of Bionic Mice and Men

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comYou can now 3D print a sciatic nerve guide to replace damaged nerves. How far are we from printing all our organs? Neuroscientist and host of This Week in Science, Dr. Kiki Sanford talks with Patrick Beja and Tom Merritt about that very thing.

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One thought on “DTNS 2586 – Of Bionic Mice and Men”

  1. Regarding Microsoft releasing Office 2016: Microsoft says that the value add of the Office 365 subscription is ongoing access to feature updates and upgrades, while the standalone boxed software grants only security upgrades, not feature upgrades.

    My question is: how often does Microsoft issue feature updates for Office? This seems like a dubious benefit if they only update the software every year or two.

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