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Mr King said: "The defendant accepts a jury would most likely come to the conclusion he had targeted this individual because he looked different" External link

dailypost-co-uk Friday, January 15, 2021 11:39:00 AM CET

Mr King said: "He accepts he took a cocktail of medication, drugs and alcohol" External link

dailypost-co-uk Friday, January 15, 2021 11:39:00 AM CET

Mr King said: "He hasn't had a day like that before where he has felt the need to go on a bender and numb the pain" External link

dailypost-co-uk Friday, January 15, 2021 11:39:00 AM CET

Tal Dvir says: “I think that within 10 to 15 years, we will be able to print for every patient the personalized organ or tissue they need,” External link

haaretz Saturday, January 9, 2021 1:31:00 AM CET

Tal Dvir explains: “This process is a sophisticated combination of tissue engineering, genetic engineering and use of biomaterials,” “First we take a biopsy of the patient’s fatty tissue. Each type of tissue in the body consists of cells and extracellular substances, such as collagen and sugars. We separate the cells from this extracellular matrix, reprogram them via genetic engineering to become stem cells [which have the ability to differentiate into a wide variety of cells], and in parallel a personalized gel is created from the extracellular substance, which we use to avoid generating an immune reaction and the implant’s rejection. We introduce the stem cells into the gel and differentiate them until they become a spinal cord implant” External link

haaretz Saturday, January 9, 2021 1:31:00 AM CET

Tal Dvir : “In a petri dish, the cells are ordered in two dimensions. This is a culture of one type of cell. In contrast, our engineered tissues are 3D printed, and as such, for instance, they more closely resemble cardiac tissues. Our printed tissues include heart muscle tissue, blood vessels and the intercellular matrix that connects the cells biochemically, mechanically and electrically. The transition from petri dishes to printed tissues can significantly streamline the development of medications, because a medication that won’t work on the tissue, or proves to be toxic to it, will simply have its development stopped in the first stage. Our technology will eliminate the need for expensive trials and will save precious time when it comes to developing more effective and safer medications for people” External link

haaretz Saturday, January 9, 2021 1:31:00 AM CET

Gil Shalev says: “We are creating the world’s food reserves,” External link

haaretz Saturday, January 9, 2021 1:31:00 AM CET

Yaakov Milstain says: “We received authorization for implantation in people in three countries Israel, Italy and Belgium. In each country we have two centers that have been mobilized for the trial,” External link

haaretz Saturday, January 9, 2021 1:31:00 AM CET

Yaakov Milstain says: “We’re talking about a system of 24x24 microelectrodes, which is almost 600 dots,” “The dots appear solely in black and white, the way newspapers used to be printed, without shades of gray. But with enough dots it’s possible to draw a picture. In the blind person’s brain, an image of dots of light is created that provides outlines. If we hold a dish in front of this woman with the implant, for example, she will see a round object. In fact, one of our first trials after the implant involves what’s called ‘follow the line.’ A straight line is marked on the floor leading left or right, and the people with the implants were asked to walk along the line and succeeded. That’s dramatic. These blind persons can now move about on their own. The period of adjustment was also far shorter than what we had thought. As soon as the electronic implant was activated, they had an immediate feeling that something was there, in front of them” External link

haaretz Saturday, January 9, 2021 1:31:00 AM CET

Nir Altschuler explains: “We do everything ourselves, because our product is unique. It has no parallel anywhere in the world,” External link

haaretz Saturday, January 9, 2021 1:31:00 AM CET

Inna Braverman says: “The technology is so innovative that most countries don’t yet have appropriate legislation and regulation to supervise it, and that is the main source of delay,” External link

haaretz Saturday, January 9, 2021 1:31:00 AM CET

Michael Clarke said: “We’ve reached the point now where we could potentially manipulate people’s DNA to breed into them extra strength, endurance and other things just as we do with animals,” “Just as we’ve done with standard cattle to give them more back, we can do that now very precisely with humans” External link

todayheadline Thursday, December 31, 2020 10:48:00 AM CET

Michael Clarke told: “What they’re all thinking about is what might come up in 30 years’ time, given another 10 years development and experimentation,” External link

todayheadline Thursday, December 31, 2020 10:48:00 AM CET

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