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Submission + - 3D-Printed Bionic Ear Can Hear Radio Waves

An anonymous reader writes: Fred and George Weasley may have met their match in a bionic ear created by Princeton scientists capable of “hearing” radio frequencies a normal, human ear cannot. The researchers’ primary purpose when undertaking the project was to explore an efficient and versatile means of merging electronics with tissue, according to a press release from the university.
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3D-Printed Bionic Ear Can Hear Radio Waves

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