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So, 3D-printed organs can now have blood vessels. Significant progress. How long was this a show-stopper? Months? A few years? The rate of increase in the pace of innovation is Kurzweilian. #3dprinting  
While 3D-printed organs sound like a great idea -- imagine no longer waiting around for a transplant -- a major hurdle for printing internal ones thus
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More news on the #opensource  seeds front.
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Open Source Seed Pledge. Theses people at University of Wisconsin-Madison are doing some good work. #opensource  

(Go Badgers!)
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If you're of a mind to "open source all the things" and you're worried about some of the societal ramifications of patented seeds, you'll appreciate this  #opensource  effort.
Scientists and food activists are launching a campaign to promote seeds that can be freely shared, rather than protected through patents and licenses. They call it the Open Source Seed Initiative.
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It would be very good in very many ways for us to be able to do bio-research without animal experimentation. #3dprinting  maybe can help? hope so.
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Some guy wrote a post for Black Duck's "Open Source Delivers" blog. #opensource  
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I don't know - what do you think? Here is some current status thanks to http://mapofcoins.com/
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When startups say: "We'll be the #GitHub   for X", the first question should be: "why isn't GitHub the GitHub for X?"  Like, for example, science. #opensource  all the things.
GitHub is being used today to build scientific software that's helping find Earth-like planets in other solar systems, analyze DNA, and build open source rockets. Seeing these projects and all this momentum within academia has pushed us to think about how we can make GitHub a better tool for research. As scientific experiments become more complex and their datasets grow, researchers are spending more of their time writing tools and software to a...
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Thanks to Fast Company, some photos of 3D printed houses. I guess, soon enough we'll be able to 3D print all the things. #3dprinting  
They won't win any beauty contest, but a Chinese company has figured out how to print practical homes from waste materials--all for half the cost of...
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#GitHub   Cheat Sheet - this is a good thing, thanks to Tim Green.  
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Maker Spaces are a good thing, and provide one evolutionary path for libraries and their relationship to their communities. And #3dprinting
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So #GitHub  is at it again, providing a cool platform for Open Government.  This is a good thing and should only get better over time.

Also, for some more insight on Open Data and GitHub, see this article from late August: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/08/github-object-of-nerd-love-makes-play-for-non-programmers/278971/
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Software Guy, new-ish to San Francisco, still connected to Boston
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Developer: solutions on App Engine

Owner, Identity Associates: software design, build, test, manage, update

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