Have you ever been practicing surgery on a live animal or human cadaver and thought, “There’s got to be a better way!”?
You’re in luck. A scientist from Tampa has invented a synthethic human cadaver made of salt, water and fiber that mimics the properties of real-life tissue—and will revolutionize surgical education and medical-device development as know it!
The good news: Dr. Christopher Sakezles opens his speech by making fun of Mr. Wonderful in a super nerdy way. The bad: He doesn’t seem interested in making a profit. And he wants $3 million for a 10 percent stake in his company, which is, in financial terms, “a lot.”
Sneak a peek at his pitch from Friday’s episode of Shark Tank (ABC, 8 p.m.).