In one experiment, blood flow in the severely injured leg of a mouse was restored in less than a week after the pad reprogrammed skin cells to create vascular cells.
After two weeks, the leg was substantially healed.
At least one person is going to turn into an Akira-like mess of flesh, can we go ahead and accept that? We'll see the pictures, say "Wow, that's really gross, poor person", but on the whole give them a second chance?
Let's see if this treatment ends up only in the hands of the rich and we have the Elysium scenario sooner than expected
Honestly this tends to be a pretty baseless concern.
The GOP aside, rich people only want you dead once you've become an economic liability. If they can keep you alive and working indefinitely they're more than happy to continue having you generate value for them from now until the end of time. They just don't want to keep people alive who are no longer going to be able to work and make them richer.
No.Is this how the worlds first Super Hero is made?
I'm not sure if you mean it in an uplifting way, considering full scale automation is happening right now.
The future will be like Elysium, only the rich people will have access to it.
You're too cynical.
I said this before, I don't see scientists and engineers designing & building a space station for the %1 without it leading to violent riots and a breakdown in society.
Direct link to scientific journal: https://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nnano.2017.134.html
I realize that a lot of this popular science stuff is fake or overblown, but the journal seems respected and clinical trials are scheduled for next year, so it looks a lot more promising than other miracle technology that show up on news sites.
Inject brain cells into my brain if old.
It can't fix your teeth. Could fix your gums though.
Your eyes, depends what causes the issue.
HeeeeeyResearchers plan to start clinical trials on humans next year.
That is what I want to see. I saw this thread hours ago, but didn't bother to open it since the "breakthroughs" always end up being years or even decades away from human use. Testing next year is awesome news. Also, good on you for add Senator Armstrong lol.