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Health / Medical

Researchers have created hyper-realistic models of diseased hearts to help train transplant surgeons

Bleeding and beating heart models have been created to help train transplant surgeons. The fake organs were created with silicone gels, fabrics and different fibres, using 3D printing technology. Researchers have created hyper-realistic models of diseased hearts and lungs – which can beat, bleed and breathe like the real organs – to help train surgeons to perform transplants.  

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Six more years: Putin claims landslide election victory in Russia

Vladimir Putin has won a fifth term as president in a landslide election victory that had an all but certain outcome. Russia's number one faced no credible opposition candidates, amid a ruthless crackdown on dissent and critical voices. Russian election officials said Putin - who will now serve another six-year term on top of his nearly quarter-century rule - won more than 87% of the vote. Putin claimed Russia's democratic […]

todayMarch 18, 2024 6


Paris 2024 Forum celebrates life−changing legacy of sport

With just over 100 days to go before the first athletes take to the Olympic stage at Paris 2024, the benefits already achieved by the Games for the people of Paris, France and beyond are being celebrated. Representatives from all levels of government, the Paris 2024 Organising Committee, the IOC, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the public came together for the Paris 2024 Forum with the aim of taking stock of the […]

todayMarch 18, 2024 4


An estimated half a million people in Gaza are facing famine

The gravity of the situation has prompted the UN to issue a warning of a potential famine. In response, the United States and other international governments have advocated for a surge in aid to the besieged Palestinian enclave. Given the closure of most border crossings into Gaza, they have resorted to airdrops as a means of delivering assistance. Particularly in the heavily affected northern region, many people are struggling to […]

todayMarch 7, 2024 11


Disney CEO Bob Iger Discusses Marvel Fatigue, Says Company Quietly Canceled Projects | THR News Video

Bob Iger is pushing back on the idea that there's superhero fatigue. The Disney CEO was interviewed at a Morgan Stanley conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, where he was pressed about what he is doing to turn the film business around. The executive noted that they're doing a lot and even quietly cancelled certain projects. "...You got to make those tough calls. We've actually made those tough calls. We've […]

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