2018-05-01 (Tu) Hackaday Summary

Decellularization: Apples to Earlobes
This was the first long-form post I've written in awhile. Decellularizing plant and animal tissue yields the scaffolding but lacks the cells to occupy the scaffold. This material isn't nutritious and according to one witness, tastes soapy. It looks neat but more importantly, it can be used to grow a new organ or flesh in the shape of an ear. What makes this interesting, is that it can be done in a home lab or just a kitchen. It featured one of my favorite biohackers, The Thought Emporium.

Reseeding scaffolds is much harder and requires more elaborate laboratory equipment so that may have to wait for another article.

The article made it to the front page splash screen of HaD. Woo.

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