Alex Connor is also known as Alexandra Connor and she has written a number of historical novels. She is an artist, and has worked in the art world for many years. Alex is also a motivational speaker and is regularly featured on television and BBC radio. She lives in Sussex.

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Alex Connor is also known as Alexandra Connor and she has written a number of historical novels. She is an artist, and has worked in the art world for many years. Alex is also a motivational speaker and is regularly featured on television and BBC radio. She lives in Sussex.

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Researchers compared Nitinol - a nickel and titanium alloy - to stainless steel in an experiment designed to see which metal worked best on a simulated broken bone. Where the stainless steel wire lost tension during the simulation, the Nitinol kept a continuous pull. Loss of tension could cause a bone to heal improperly.

"Metals like Nitinol remember their original shape," said Alan Litsky, an associate professor of orthopaedics and biomedical engineering at Ohio State University. "This shape 'memory' can be used to help compress broken bones, which could mean a quicker healing time, and a better fusion of the bone."

One common way surgeons treat certain fractures is to tie wire around the affected bone in order to pull the fractured pieces together. The problem is that stainless steel - the most common metal used in these wires - tends to loosen over time as the metal slowly migrates through the bone. This reduces the amount of pressure applied to the fracture and can result in poor healing.

Vino Delectable (Ex-girlfriend and Cam)
Vin, Vince, Vinnie, Vincenzo (himself and presumably friends)
English Squintern ( Booth ).


Vincent Nigel-Murray was one of the interns who came in to the Jeffersonian Institute lab as a possible replacement to Zack Addy . He was from the UK.

During the seven-month break between seasons 5 and 6, Vincent won a million dollars on Jeopardy! and quit his job at the Jeffersonian. Later, the reason given for his return was that he spent all the money on travel, adventure, and "games of chance." During this time, he also developed an alcohol problem and had to spend 1 month at a rehab institution. Later on, as part of his 12 step program, apologized individually to various members of the team actions he had taken while drunk. For instance, he claimed to friends and coworkers he had slept with Dr. Temperance Brennan, Dr. Camille Saroyan, and Angela Montenegro, as well as various other wrongs (both real and perceived).

Alex Connor is also known as Alexandra Connor and she has written a number of historical novels. She is an artist, and has worked in the art world for many years. Alex is also a motivational speaker and is regularly featured on television and BBC radio. She lives in Sussex.

Alex Connor is also known as Alexandra Connor and she has written a number of historical novels. She is an artist, and has worked in the art world for many years. Alex is also a motivational speaker and is regularly featured on television and BBC radio. She lives in Sussex.

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Researchers compared Nitinol - a nickel and titanium alloy - to stainless steel in an experiment designed to see which metal worked best on a simulated broken bone. Where the stainless steel wire lost tension during the simulation, the Nitinol kept a continuous pull. Loss of tension could cause a bone to heal improperly.

"Metals like Nitinol remember their original shape," said Alan Litsky, an associate professor of orthopaedics and biomedical engineering at Ohio State University. "This shape 'memory' can be used to help compress broken bones, which could mean a quicker healing time, and a better fusion of the bone."

One common way surgeons treat certain fractures is to tie wire around the affected bone in order to pull the fractured pieces together. The problem is that stainless steel - the most common metal used in these wires - tends to loosen over time as the metal slowly migrates through the bone. This reduces the amount of pressure applied to the fracture and can result in poor healing.

The Memory of Bones: Body, Being, and. - amazon.com


The Memory of Bones : Body, Being, and. - Google Books

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