A new screw to help in complex surgeries

The new REX screw is a removable, expandable titanium screw that aims to assist in complex surgeries to treat hip fractures and other bone injuries, as well as spinal conditions. It should benefit patients all over the world requiring complex surgeries. https://news.curtin.edu.au/media-releases/innovative-curtin-led-medical-start-up-takes-important-step-forward/

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Using a scooter to see Vienna

Using a scooter to see Vienna

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Poop bags for horses

In Vienna horses drawing carriages around the old inner city have individually designed poop bags attached. They are required by law in cities such as Vienna, NewYork and Dresden. Apparently one of the reasons cars became popular in the early 1900’s was the problem with horse poop, particularly in rapidly growing cities like New York. If this idea had been thought of then cars may not have become so popular so quickly.

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A mural painted by drones

Four drones equipped with paint cans worked over a 12-hour period to paint this mural. Each drone was operating as part of a whole, with multiple position monitoring systems making sure they didn’t accidentally bump into one another. Each color layer was laid on separately, representing a different aspect of the community the project is trying to highlight. https://techcrunch.com/2019/07/05/this-drone-swarm-spray-painted-a-jumbo-size-graffiti-mural/

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