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Sunday, May 27 • 9:00am - 9:50am
The National Science Foundation’s Night of the Living Limb- How Bioengineering Can Solve the Zombie Apocalypse Problem

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When people think of bioengineering, their thoughts often run to the macabre. Frankenstein, Walkers, Caribbean pirates, and all manner of zombies haunt, crawl, and shamble to the forefront of their minds. However, in the real world bioengineering isn’t that scary. We live in a world where lives can be saved, organs can be grown or 3-D printed and new discoveries are constantly on the horizon.

Join us as our NSF-funded experts and entrepreneurs in tissue-engineering and soft materials printing gather to discuss the current state of the art and imagine the future possibilities.


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Stacy Bruss

Director, Event Programming, Museum of Science Fiction
Stacy Bruss, MS, MSIS, is a reference librarian at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). At NIST, she supports all Physical Measurement Laboratory researchers and manages the Innovation Hub, a center with 3-D printers, technology bar, data visualization tools... Read More →

Sunday May 27, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
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