Frankenstein's Monster

In our first episode, just in time for Halloween, Physicist Dr. Michael Dennin, Rocket Scientist Ben Siepser, Microbiologist Dr. Brittany Needham, and The Analytical Mastermind Daniel J. Glenn discuss how to create your very own reanimated corpse. Okay, so reanimating dead tissue is out of our grasp right now, but there are several alternatives for the truly determined. We discuss head transplants, putting your brain into a human-like robot, and finally just 3D printing your monster from scratch!

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Bioquark Inc. is a life sciences company, developing proprietary combinatorial biologics for the regeneration and repair of human organs and tissues.

The company behind Reanima Advanced Biosciences

Major undertaking is The Reanima Project

Developing the biomedical technology for human neuro-regeneration and neuro-reanimation.

The main science mega-project of the 2045 Initiative aims to create technologies enabling the transfer of a individual’s personality to a more advanced non-biological carrier, and extending life, including to the point of immortality.

Several milestones have been established, starting with robotic clones, and culminating in a fully formed holographic avatar.

They are pioneering a 3D bio-printer using the patients own cells. They red blood cells are converted into stem cells, then converted into whatever cell is needed to create the organ.

Right now they are focusing on 3D printing hearts.

3D printing human tissues. Major accomplishments in creating the micro-vascular system that allows for tissue printing from scratch.

Developed ultra-fast 3D holographic laser printing technology.

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