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McMaster-Carr supplies products used to maintain manufacturing plants and large commercial facilities worldwide.
parts  stores 
february 2017 by ignatz
HUH. Magazine - Todd McLellan
Canadian photographer Todd McLellan's latest series "Disassembly" captures relics of our past in a unique, dismantled and exposed form. Disassembled items include a typewriter, a push lawn mower and a rotary phone
art  tools  engineering  photography  mechanical  parts 
may 2011 by ignatz
Docs are healing wounds with manufactured skin -
"In some cases, we can get four football fields of skin out of one baby foreskin," said Dr. James McGuire.
parts  vatgrownmeat  medicine  research  skin  yikes 
november 2009 by ignatz
The cost of body parts around the world | Life and style | The Guardian
So what else are people around the world harvesting from their body for cash – and how much can they expect to earn?
commerce  medicine  bioethics  parts 
july 2009 by ignatz
The In Vitro Meat Consortium - Home
an international alliance of environmentally concerned scientists striving to facilitate the establishment of a large-scale process industry for the production of muscle tissue for human consumption. VAT GROWN MEAT
meat  food  parts  vatgrownmeat  bioengineering 
march 2009 by ignatz
Costly Online Organ-Transplant Scam Results in Death, Arrest
"After seeing Feldman's online site,, the pair wired $70,000 to a New York bank account for Feldman last year."
villainy  crime  fraud  news  medicine  death  florida  parts 
march 2009 by ignatz
BBC NEWS | Health | Gene could allow lab-grown teeth
Scientists believe they have found a way to grow teeth in the laboratory, a discovery that could put an end to fillings and dentures.
medicine  genetics  parts  vatgrownmeat  manimals 
february 2009 by ignatz
Anaheim man guilty of cadaver thefts
UCLA's willed body parts guy sold the body parts. "He was originally brought in to clean up the program after the school was accused of mixing medical waste and animal remains with the ashes of human donors."
crime  parts  ucla  orangecounty  burkeandhare  villainy  commerce  corpses  scandal  medicine  ocregister 
october 2008 by ignatz
Home biotech as a hobby. What could possibly go wrong?
parts  biotechnology  biotech  hobby  phear  madscience  cloning  frankenstein  weirdscience 
july 2007 by ignatz

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