Engineers aim to manufacture human spare parts

Engineers at the University of Singapore are researching the possibility of manufacturing human spare parts, such as “human tissue, bone, ligaments, nerves and even extra-strong fillings for decaying teeth.” Some of the parts have been successfully created in laboratory experiments and are awaiting clinical testing.

Spare Parts for Humans (PDF)

(via New World Disorder)

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  1. Meanwhile, back in the states, the administration is trying its best to ban the research and throw the scientists in jail. Read about Leon Kass, the president’s pick to head the government’s bioethics committee:

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