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The World's Biggest Passenger Plane, the A380, Is Dead. Here's What Killed It - TIME https://t.co/Pz9aTMQyK7
This is a true intersection between aerospace and biotechnology.
Growing human hearts for transplantation in outer space may be the future.
Read this article for details on why microgravity may be the ideal environment for this process! https://t.co/TOv5FuEnWX
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"The aim is to grow complete human hearts in space": Why your new heart could be made in space one day.