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For Your Procrastination: Changing Lives with 3D-printed Prosthetics

July 15, 2014 | City of Hope

If you’re interested in building and designing prosthetics, you have to work at a big medical devices company, right? Think again. Earlier this year, CNN published a series of heartwarming stories highlighting the use of 3D printer technology for prosthetics.

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David Webb

David Webb Interview – Part 5 of 5

June 3, 2014 | Greg Cherryholmes

While many scientists have continued their career paths into industry, or stayed in academia, there are few who have been able to successfully traverse both arenas of research as well as David Webb. I recently had a discussion with Dr.

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David Webb

David Webb Interview – Part 4 of 5

May 27, 2014 | Greg Cherryholmes

While many scientists have continued their career paths into industry, or stayed in academia, there are  few who have been able to successfully traverse both arenas of research as well as David Webb.

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David Webb

David Webb Interview – Part 3 of 5

May 19, 2014 | Greg Cherryholmes

While many scientists have continued their career paths into industry, or stayed in academia, there are few who have been able to successfully traverse both arenas of research as well as David Webb. I recently had a discussion with Dr.

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David Webb

David Webb Interview - Part 2 of 5

May 13, 2014 | Greg Cherryholmes

While many scientists have continued their career paths into industry, or stayed in academia, there are few who have been able to successfully traverse both arenas of research as well as David Webb. I recently had a discussion with Dr.

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David Webb Interview - Part 1 of 5

April 21, 2014 | Greg Cherryholmes

While many scientists have continued their career paths into industry, or stayed in academia, there are  few who have been able to successfully traverse both arenas of research as well as David Webb.  In his illustrious 40+ year career, Dr.

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Graduate student Amanda Gunn

Confessions of a Workaholic, Part 2: Don’t Rush

August 27, 2012 | Amanda Gunn

The most comforting thing in the world to me is the absolutely disgusting stench of my dog’s breath. It’s true. For the past decade it hasn’t mattered where I have been or what I have been doing, I have come home every night to a tiny creature who thinks I’m the greatest thing since sliced dog treats and wants nothing more than to lick my face.

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