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SparkX Cell open house showcases cutting-edge technology

By Airman 1st Class Brandt Self 316th Wing Public Affairs

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The SparkX Cell Innovation and Idea Center at Joint Base Andrews, Md., works with Tesseract, an Air Force maintenance-run program, to develop life-like 3-D models such as this vertebrae part to help medical students in the Air Force train for procedures and understand the human body. The SparkX Cell Center’s Phase Two Open House on Nov. 13, 2020, was intended to showcase the newly added equipment and their capabilities, build networks with different teams and businesses across the National Capital Region, and promote a growth mindset.