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Conduct more than 100 transplant operations on this day alone. How could so many organ donors have possibly been found? Easily—by obtaining organs not from human cadavers but from pigs. Although such a medical miracle is not yet possible, we and other researchers are taking definite steps toward it. Our efforts are driven by the knowledge that the supply of human organs will always be insufficient to satisfy demand. , thousands of patients await transplants of the heart, liver, kidney, lung and pancreas, and millions struggle with diseases that may one day be curable with other 54 Scientific American July 1997 he thought of combining parts from different species is not at all new.
44 Scientific American July 1997 GETTY CONSERVATION INSTITUTE PRESERVATION includes monitoring paintings to see if the pigment is fading or has changed in hue, sometimes even from white to black (right). Scientists also track heat, humidity and other atmospheric parameters on the cliff (far right). Information on changes in the internal environment can be used to determine how many visitors can enter the caves and for how long a period. Bureau of Cultural Relics of China to help conserve the famous site, which UNESCO designated a World Heritage Site in 1987.
The newest fabrics are made from layers of tough fibers and thin plastic films. These laminated sails have revolutionized yacht racing, and some are now finding uses outside the sailing world. In this LAMINATED SAILS—made from layers of thin plastic films and tough fibers, such as Kevlar—weigh less and stretch less than traditional cloth sails do. Both features permit yachts to travel at higher speeds: the overall weight of the boat is reduced, and the sail holds its aerodynamic shape better. The so-called threedimensional laminate, or 3DL, sail shown here bears reinforcing fibers that exactly anticipate the forces acting on the sail when it is in use.
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