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(Fox News)   "Aritificial lung" scientists created on a microchip has caught a fatal respiratory disease-and this is a GOOD thing   ( foxnews.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, respiratory diseases, TechNewsDaily, petri dishes, cell biology, Science Translational Medicine, laboratory animals, Children's Hospital Boston, lungs  
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2980 clicks; posted to Geek » on 08 Nov 2012 at 1:25 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-11-08 01:28:42 PM  
It's fascinatng techology, but what really has me curious is where they get the little tiny cigarrettes.
2012-11-08 01:32:15 PM  
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what the new lab rats might look like
2012-11-08 01:38:38 PM  
Sitting on a park bench!!
2012-11-08 01:49:27 PM  
This is a huge success! "scientists created on a microchip." We have successfully miniaturized our research staff to fit in the CEO's shirt pocket.
2012-11-08 02:06:15 PM  
Wait.... did the scientists or the artificial lung catch a fatal disease? And who was on the microchip? Punctuation is your friend, subby.
2012-11-08 02:35:08 PM  
I've never heard of this biotech. Fascinating.
2012-11-08 03:30:36 PM  

js34603: Sitting on a park bench!!

Eyeing little girls with bad intent!

/seat over there?
2012-11-08 04:24:08 PM  
Repo Men to become reality.
2012-11-09 04:51:42 AM  
Excellent, make all robots smoke then Sarah Connor can escape easily as the Emphysemic Terminator struggles up a gentle incline.
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