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The technique could one day be used to sustainably create blood, particularly for patients with rare blood types.
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You wouldn't be able to move, so your muscles and bones would deteriorate. Your feet would become lacerated. You would go insane. That's precisely what happens to laying hens.
Since machine vision is a much more difficult undertaking, artificial whiskers with sensitve electronic roots may be an easier
Worldwide, humans chew some 560,000 tons of gum per year, according to a report in Critical Reviews in Oral Biology & Medicine
Dr. George Nash of the University of Bristol discovered the carving in September of 2010 while with students and members