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Biojewellery : designing rings with bioengineered bone tissue / editors: Ian Thompson, Nikki Stott, Tobie Kerridge.

  • Thompson, Ian, Prof.
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A collaboration between designers at the Royal College of Art, and researchers at King's College London to create rings using bone chips donated by couples. Bone tissue was cultured at Guy's Hospital, then combined with precious metal, from which rings for the couples were made. "The result: each person wears the body of their lover on their hand"--Page 8.


London : Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, King's College, ©2006.

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29, [1] pages, [4] pages of plates : illustrations (some colour) ; 20 cm


Cover title.
"Biojewellery was a collaborative project run by Nikki Scott and Tobie Kerridge, design researchers at the Royal College of Art, and Ian Thompson, a bioengineer at King's College, London."--Page 9.


  • English

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