“In this ambitious collaborative podcast we’re asking: What values are shaping Montana’s election? And what — if anything — do they really mean?” says Montana Free Press editor-in-chief John Adams.
Massachusetts, Nebraska and Minnesota are among numerous states where legislation has recently been introduced to address the affordable housing deficit. Some bills are more concrete than others.
Autonomous vehicle technology is primed to move into any number of use cases, and cities should begin the conversation about how they want to shape this new mobility horizon – or risk being shaped by it.
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- Joint cartilage regrown in arthritic mice by a stem cell tweak
For the new study, the team investigated what’s going on after treatment by a technique called microfracture. This process involves drilling tiny holes into the surface of a joint, and it’s seen to stimulate the growth of new cartilage-like tissue. While it helps a little, the emphasis there is on “cartilage-like.”
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