From Post-It Notes to Viagra, some of the world's most ingenious developments came from using something in a way it wasn't meant to be used. A cotton-candy machine, for instance, has no place in a tissue engineering lab. For researchers at Vanderbilt University, however, it was just the device they needed to solve a problem that has plagued their field for years.
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Written by Curiosity Staff February 14, 2017
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