In the wake of a contentious election season that was influenced by fake news, we examine whether existing technological solutions fix the problem.
Bioengineering researchers have modified a laser cutter to create an open-source platform that can print intricate 3-D objects from powdered plastics and biomaterials at lower costs and greater flexibility.
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OpenBCI is back on Kickstarter with revolutionary new, low-cost biosensing tools, including the 3d printed biosensing Ultracortex Mark IV headset.
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