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Synthetic vocal cords

Synthetic vocal cords

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Synthetic vocal cords may someday heal the voices of singers like Julie Andrews -- whose legendary voice was permanently damaged in a 1997 operation. Filmed in the lab of 2012 ACS Priestley Medalist and MIT Institute Professor Robert Langer, our latest video explains how artificial polymer vocal cords may help repair damaged vocal tissue.

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Bytesize Science: How synthetic vocal cords might someday heal damaged voices
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