The perfect place for ideas that are totally insane, making them far too hot to be thrown away.
By jeweis22
#23546
As of right now titanium implants are used for various deficiencies in human anatomy, but they can problems with adapting to the host immune system or integrating with the hosts remaining tissue. Today we use cadaver bone fragments in a dental implants to encourage the growth of host bone around a newly implanted post. If this cadaver bone was used further by grinding it and applying it to the titanium as a kind of "bone" powder coat much like cars are electorally painted, would it not have an advantage of faster healing??

Reward: I would like this product free for any one person in my family.
OFFSHORE

Is there anymore need for physical cards? I suppos[…]

A Place for problems and solutions

This is a really good proposal. One title could be[…]

Team Innovating Forum

Are there forums for team innovating? Normally peo[…]

Whats your favorite Xbox game?

Mine is outrun2