NASA and Houston-based company GRoK Technologies will work on the development of new "breakthrough products," noninvasive medical technologies designed to "regenerate bone and muscle tissues." It really sounds like something out of Star Trek, but "it's not just sci-fi anymore." That's exactly what GRoK's founder and CEO Moshe Kushman says: "It's not just science fiction anymore. All indications are that 21st century life sciences will change dramatically during the next several decades, and GRoK is working to define the forefront of a new scientific wave." According to the press release, NASA is "interested in the potential these technologies present for regenerating bone and muscle." It wants this tissue regeneration technology to help astronauts during long interplanetary travel. Read the full story at Gizmodo.