The US Food and Drug Administration green lights the first medicine produced by a 3-D printer for use in the human body.
I found two cool new tools today. The first, via Sourceforge, is PuMA, a standalone Java front-end to PubMed. PuMA (currently at version 1.0alpha) allows you to view bibliographic search results and abstracts in the same window, visually construct complex Boolean queries, and export data to EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite, and BibTex. It also offers keyword highlighting, links to Google and Google Scholar (for instance, to find articles citing another's work), and an intuitive user interface
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