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iCandy: Data Saves the Day

Gadgets alert us to weapons, the weather, and our workouts

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A researcher at Maastricht University in the Netherlands shows off an artificial jaw that was subsequently implanted in a woman who had lost hers to a serious infection. The titanium bone replacement, which was made by a 3-D printer, allowed the woman to speak and eat within hours of the surgery.

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