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The world's first test-tube hamburger has already been synthesized and cooked at a cost of more than $300,000. Now a pair of young bioengineers in Silicon Valley are trying to produce the first glass of artificial milk, without a...

source: National Geographic

Google is developing tiny magnetic particles that could help detect cancer and other health problems by coursing through a patient’s bloodstream. Andrew Conrad, head of the Google X research lab’s Life Sciences Team, told...

source: PC World

In the future, you may not need to actually touch a glass panel to interact with a touchscreen, and instead, you’ll reach into thin air and “touch” a holographic display. If that’s not cool enough, ultrasonic...

source: Digital Trends

Spinal cord regeneration was once an impossible dream for doctors and patients. Once a spinal cord injury rendered a patient paralyzed, there was nothing that could be done to repair the damage. A groundbreaking new treatment, however, has given the medical community new...

source: Gajitz

For years, the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium, incorporating data from dozens of scientific organizations worldwide, has been building a 3-D atlas of the universe. It is called the “Digital Universe,” and it becomes better and better...

source: The New York Times

While it remains to be seen whether Helsinki will actually get a Guggenheim museum, the proposals for the project have been revealed in a rather innovative way. The anonymously submitted designs, of which there are 1,715 from 77 countries, have all been made available for...

source: Curbed


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