Re: a proud RP moment

From: Nuno Reis (
Date: Wed Feb 10 1999 - 12:39:30 EET

        Thanks Elaine,
Very promising indeed!
For all those interested the article is available online (and free) at:

Elaine Hunt wrote:

> Every now and then things happen and you stand back and think WOW.
> For those of you who do not receive MECHANICAL ENGINEERING I will tell you
> about an article in the publication and why I am so happy to see it.
> Bioengineering was the reason Clemson purchased a SLA system way back in
> 1989. After a few years of building prosthesis it became apparent that we
> should be able to build structures to grow genetic material thus producing
> inplantable devices. It seems that Molecular Geodesics of Cambridge Mass
> and Advanced Tissue Science of La Jolla, CA are doing this today. In
> addition to building structures they are producing biocompatible materials
> to be used in the manufacture of not only prosthesis but replaceable skin,
> organs, and other tissues.
> I wondered if I would ever see this in my lifetime and now I know the
> answer is YES and even more incredible is WHAT else will I live to see RP
> bring into our lives. You can bet I am dreaming of more good things that
> RP can and will do for mankind. Maybe even gnats.
> Elaine
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