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Pieces of Interest from COMP for the week of August 29 - Patient with Cancer Receives First 3D-Printed Titanium Jaw/CNSC Forum/Video Teaching Magnetohydrodynamics

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  • A patient with head and neck cancer received the first 3D-printed titanium lower jaw in a successful operation, according to an August 4 press release from the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NCI). The jaw was reconstructed based on the patient's imaging.
  • Next up in the July issue of InterACTIONS: CNSC Forum: An Update on the Most Common Non-Compliances Found During Inspection of Class II Facilities
  • Check out this awesome video created by COMP member Jean-Charles Côté, to teach magnetohydrodynamics!

Published on August 29, 2022

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