Thursday, May 23, 2013

Regenerative Medicine

Remember the replicator from Star Trek? Well, the early version is here...

3-D Printer Helps Save Dying Baby



Trekkie4Ever said...

Let's hear it for Star Trek, another great invention based on the show on earth.

Anonymous said...

The idea of a 3-D computer blows my mind, but what an incredible story in saving the baby's life.

Science fiction gets less fiction-y ever day.

Granny Annie said...

And yet some can still say God and science are two different things? Not I. They are one.

sue hanes said...

Cube - An amazing story. If it works then I say use it.

And no - I don't know anything about the replicator you mentioned.

Ignorance is bliss - so they say.

cube said...

Leticia: Absolutely. Roddenberry was amazing when it came to mapping out the future.

cube said...

thepoodleanddogblog: It blows my mind, too. The technology is here and I want to see it grow. Saving this baby's life is just the beginning.

cube said...

Granny Annie: I tend to agree.

Sue Hanes: In the original Star Trek series back in 1966, they had replicators which, at the push of a button, made any food you wanted. This is that technology in its infancy.

sue hanes said...

Cube - Where can I get one of those? : ]

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

alright, 3-D spam.

cube said...

Sue Hanes: When they start selling them on TV infomercials and they'll sell me two of them for $19.99, I'll give you the extra one ;-)

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