10 Body Parts Science Intends To Amazingly Replace

The human body is one of the most frail, easily-damaged items in the entire world. We suffer from innumerable diseases, broken bones, scrapes, cuts, and scratches. We could hit our head a little too hard, or maybe stay out in the cold a little too long, and our bodies will start to cease working normally. Our skin is our first line of defense against most problems, but it is also the most easily damaged of all the body. Thankfully, science has begun working on different ways to ensure we are stronger, faster, smarter, and live for longer. Here are ten body parts science intends to amazingly replace.

Supersensitive Electronic Skin

Skin coats and protects the entire body, which means it is vital to keep safe and alive. Zhenan Boahas has developed a type of super-flexible, durable, sensitive material that can be utilized for future synthetic skin.

Beating Hearts

The heart is the life-blood and main source of everything in the body. The University of Pittsburgh has a team using stem cells from skin to create a beating heart in a Petri dish. Within 20 days, the heart was beating at about 40 or 50 beats per minute.