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3D Printed Heart by Chicago Biotech Company BIOLIFE4D

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Chicago Biotech Company BIOLIFE4D 3D printed heart. © BIOLIFE4D Chicago Biotech Company BIOLIFE4D, just announced it had successfully 3D-bioprinted a mini human heart. The heart that was printed had the same functioning and structure of a normal-sized human heart. The company boasts that this achievement is a significant step for the future of artificial viable heart transplants and can save

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Jessi Combs, Star of Mythbusters Dies at 36.

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Reading Time: 2 minutes The professional racer and former host of “Mythbusters” was identified as the sole fatality connected with the accident, which is under investigation. The former host of the hit show Mythbusters died in a crash in the Alvord Desert which is a dry lake bed and known for the enthusiast who wants to set land speed records. She was in the

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A Black Hole Started Mysteriously Glowing At Center of Our Galaxy

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech. Black Hole Started Mysteriously Glowing. The Keck Observatory always seems to bring us cool news. This time the Hawaiian based observatory announced that in May of 2019, they happened to observe a super large black hole at the center of our galaxy enlarge by 75 times brighter than normally observed. Much speculation has been discussed about the

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This Extremely Rare “Piglet Squid” Baffles Scientists!

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Reading Time: 2 minutes The Piglet Squid as Filmed By The folks aboard the Nautilus As the cliche goes, very little of the ocean has really been discovered. The amounts of mysterious creatures that inhabit the sea are most likely astronomical in scale. These creatures from time to time are stumbled upon, however. Some of the said creatures look like aliens to the eyes

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The Secrets to What This Golden Chamber Does (Science)

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Kamioka Observatory, ICRR (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research), The University of Tokyo The neutrino detector Super-Kamiokande or the ” Golden Chamber ” at the Kamioka Observatory at the University of Tokyo, is a physics experiment that is 15 stories big and underneath a mountain of Japan. Beneath Mount Ikeno is the location for the Golden Chamber. Some might argue that

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The U.S. Pentagon Can Identify Your Heartbeat By Laser Beams With Jetson

U.S. Pentagon Geek Impulse Jetson

Reading Time: 2 minutes Laser system on Unit Telescope 4 of the VLT. © ESO/F. Kamphues (Not Actual Lasers From the Pentagon) Many films these days depict some sort of biometric identification. Because of this most people believe that this technology is far from reality because they do not experience it daily. Nothing can be further from the truth. When you travel you use

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