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April 17th, 2014
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Burn victims may say, 'Print me some new skin, please'

01/24/2013 4:31pm
Scientists at the University of Toronto are on the cusp of bringing to market a printer capable of creating human skin. One day the technology may even create custom internal organs. When available, it may revolutionize burn care around the world.

Earliest evidence of chocolate in N. America discovered near Moab

01/24/2013 7:55pm
Archaeologists have discovered the earliest known evidence of chocolate in North America near Canyonlands National Park. The findings show that chocolate was present on this continent at least 300 years earlier than previously thought.
 
   
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