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  • Grecia the Toucan received prosthetic bill made by 3D printing

    The rapidly expanding world of 3D printing has left many confused as to its actual purpose and limits. A recent event shows one of the many uses of the field - the creation of fitted prosthetics. Grecia, a toucan from Costa Rica that reached internet fame, had its upper beak removed by an unknown…

  • Chinese Scientists Will Pioneer Human CRISPR Trials

    As early as the coming month, Chinese scientists will be the very first people to test cells that are modified using CRISPR on people. They will inject people with the cells using the gene-editing technique. The first patients who are to be tested are those with lung cancer according to an…

  • Plan to Fly Rhinos to Australia to Save Them from Poachers

    Since 2010, the number of rhinos that have been poached has reached over 5,000. This figure continues to increase each year and the situation is already alarming. The experts have given warnings that if this does not end, the rhinos will be extinct by year 2026. The Australian Rhino Project has been…

  • Cattle drug threatens Europe's bird population

    It is not looking bright for Europe’s bird population right now, especially for vultures. This is due to a cattle drug that has been used as an anti-inflammatory. This drug was pointed to as the cause of the near extinction of vultures in what is considered an ecological disaster in India.…

  • What is the US CRISPR gene editing system?

    Ray Kurzweil is an acclaimed scientist who feels that, based on the acceleration of technology; human beings are primed to take a gigantic leap forward in terms of what we’re capable of. The best example he provides is that a smartphone can fit in your pocket, and is exponentially more…

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