Getting to Mars by 2033, the First Synthetic Self-Developing Embryo, an Affordable 3D Printed Home, and More.
These multi-colored models are changing how surgeons operate.
Because that delivery charge would have been a beast.
Take a tour through a truly futuristic home.
A 32-year-old Indian woman can walk again thanks to 3D printing.
The building cleans the air around it, too.
This gives "body building" a whole new meaning.
Advances in technology continue to revolutionize the healthcare industry.
Why knit when you can 3D print?
Predicting the future is a fool’s errand—after all, who could have imagined the internet fifty years ago, and the many ways it’s upended commerce, finance, the workplace, and all those seemingly immutable mainstays of yesteryear. Still, someone’s got to do it: here’s our look at some technological innovations coming down the pike.
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