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MAY 07, 2016 - Business Insider

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Researchers had insane plans to build atomic hearts

Heart disease is the number one killer in the US, with a death toll that surpasses 600,000 people each year. But in a society plagued with broken, ailing hearts, designing a long-term replacement for this vital organ has been pretty tricky. In 1967, researchers thought they had the perfect solution to the problem: a mechanical heart fueled by radioactive decay. That’s ...

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MAY 05, 2016 - Business Insider

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Researchers had insane plans to build artificial hearts fueled by radioactive decay — with US government money

Heart disease is the number one killer in the US, with a death toll that surpasses 600,000 people each year. But in a society plagued with broken, ailing hearts, designing a long-term replacement for this vital organ has been pretty tricky. In 1967, researchers thought they had the perfect solution to the problem: a mechanical heart fueled by radioactive decay. That’s ...

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MAY 05, 2016 - Business Insider

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Government-funded research teams had insane plans to build artificial hearts fueled by radioactive decay

Heart disease is the number one killer in the US, with a death toll that surpasses 600,000 people each year. But in a society plagued with broken, ailing hearts, designing a long-term replacement for this vital organ has been pretty tricky. In 1967, researchers thought they had the perfect solution to the problem: a mechanical heart fueled by radioactive decay. That’s ...

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MAY 05, 2016 - Fox News

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NASA's Curiosity Rover on Mars is climbing a mountain despite wheel damage

The rugged terrain on Mars is taking its toll on the six wheels of NASA's Curiosity rover, but the Red Planet robot should be able to complete its mountain-climbing science mission regardless, NASA officials said.

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