Future Now: Repairing the Human Body



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Future Now explores the latest innovations in science – from repairing the human body, to the past and future of dental care.

The first episode of Future Now explores how we can repair the human body in incredible ways – like 3D printing biological scaffolding.

Using new technology, methods and materials combined to bring new results to patients needing knee replacements to how developments in toothpaste might be helping in ways never thought possible now.

This episode is best suited for year 5, 8, and 9 students who have an interest in Biology and Technology and are looking for a creative way to apply their knowledge that makes a difference in society.

Future Now: Episode 1: Repairing the Human Body

Video length: 4:43 mins

With thanks to GSK.

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Biological Sciences – Cells, The Body

Additional – Careers, Technology, Engineering

Concepts (South Australia):

Biological Sciences – Diversity and Evolution, Form and Function

Years: 5, 8, 9