Eric Yeager makes blood sacs in Penn State Hershey’s Division of Artificial Organs by dipping polished stainless steel molds into honey-colored liquid polyurethane polymer. One dip takes 30 minutes, so gas bubbles don’t form.
Eric Yeager makes blood sacs in Penn State Hershey’s Division of Artificial Organs by dipping polished stainless steel molds into honey-colored liquid polyurethane polymer. One dip takes 30 minutes, so gas bubbles don’t form. Photo provided
Eric Yeager makes blood sacs in Penn State Hershey’s Division of Artificial Organs by dipping polished stainless steel molds into honey-colored liquid polyurethane polymer. One dip takes 30 minutes, so gas bubbles don’t form. Photo provided

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