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Weird, realistic dog dummies could assist veterinary colleges (Tomorrow Daily 376 show notes)

SynDaver already makes fake corpses for medical professionals to practice their techniques on, so why not dogs, too?

It's a little gross to look at, but SynDaver's fake canine cadaver could mean huge gains in the veterinary field, as many colleges still use living animals for procedures and teaching tools. It's even got fake fat layers!

We're also excited about Harvard's newest iteration of its "bionic leaf." It can separate hydrogen and oxygen when submerged in water, and is 10 times more efficient at photosynthesis than actual plants.

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This faux canine cadaver aims to help future veterinarians (Tomorrow Daily Podcast 376)

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