Diffusion Science radio: Fine tuning for Life

Fine tuning for Life

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Rat robot stingrays have heart by Ian Woolf,
Luke Barnes discusses how finely tuned the Universe is for life,
Callisto by the Ephemera Ensemble.
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

Luke Barnes
Luke Barnes' blog contributions
Letters to Nature blog

Phototactic guidance of a tissue-engineered soft-robotic ray

A Cyborg Stingray Made of Rat Muscles and Gold
Synthetic Stingray May Lead To A Better Artificial Heart - NPR interview
This Swimming Stingray Robot Is Powered by Real, Living Rat Cells
This Tiny Robot Stingray Made From Gold And Rat Hearts Can Also Swim
Made of gold, powered by heart cells of rats – meet the robo-ray

July 18, 2016

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