As new technologies continue to evolve, 3D printing bones have become a reality. Bio-engineers are developing degradable bones that, once placed in a human body, will eventually be replaced by a person’s own growing bone tissue. We go inside the lab of the Syracuse Biomaterials Institute to learn more.
In this episode of SciTech Now, we explore the science of space rocks; discuss what’s in a spacesuit; take a look at technological innovations; and degradable bones which will be replaced by a person’s growing bone tissue.
Throughout human history our bodies have adapted over time to the conditions in which we live. Now scientists at the Pennsylvania State University Center for Quantitative Imaging are examining bones to see what they reveal, not only about our ancestors, but about our lifestyles and eating habits.
In this episode of SciTech Now, scientists and soldiers save songbirds in Tacoma, Washington; a NY Times Columnist gives readers a closer look into the lives of scientists; invertebrates as climate change indicators; and examining bones.