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Comment: Re:Yes (Score 5, Interesting) 1077

by Lutz (#27406079) Attached to: Shouldn't Every Developer Understand English?
Wrong. I work in a French bank, and our contract management system is written in a French programming language: The variables are in French, the comments are French, the function names are in French, the operators are French... For example, "if" is "si". It's unbelievable for outsiders, but this is real.
Biotech

+ - Plastic artificial bone->

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pnosker
pnosker writes "Researchers at Rutgers University have found a way to create artificial bone using a blend of usually immiscible plastics, both bio-compatible, where one plastic is dissolved and excreted creating an empty sponge-like region for natural bone to grow and a lattice of PMMA plastic for the growth to occur. The new material is undergoing further study and testing."
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