Have you ever been shopping for jewlery and thought “that’s just not me…” I know I have! You’ll never have that problem again thanks to some joint researchers at the Royal College of Art and Kings College London. Wired reports that a small team of designers and engineers have created a process to extrude bone cells from a person’s jaw and create a customized skeletal object. That’s insane. I can’t believe I just typed that.
I’d love to see this technolgoy made available in other fields. An entirely new culture of objects embedded with an individual’s DNA: post-primitive chic.