Should Greece abandon them because Germany said austerity is the way?
This is a false dichotomy. What is often overlooked is that fiscal 'austerity' is only a small part of the bigger issues afflicting Greece. If half your economy is dependent on government spending, and government spending goes down, well there goes your economy. So what happened to the rest of the Greek economy? They are crippled by a huge list of counterproductive regulations from some dreamland they have been in for decades. I don't mean regulations like 'dont dump poison in the river' I mean regulations like 'there can only be one pharmacy in each town' or 'all freight has to be driven by a Greek driver'. Getting rid of all that garbage is the other half of the austerity program that is typically overlooked.
the world's first sea turtle to receive a 3D printed implant
Turtles have come a long way. I suppose it had to happen sometime.