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Electronic circuits made from ‘wonder material’ graphene, which is the world’s thinnest, strongest and most conductive material, can be printed via home…
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November 30, 2011

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Bodymetrics pods scan customer’s bodies to get their clothing measurements. For more info. via @digitag
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Eye, ear, lung, heart, and brain enhancements are now possible as modernelectronics technology meets advances in medicine and biology.
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Triennale Européenne Du Bijou Contemporain 2011 is the fourth triennial for contemporary jewellery held by the Belgium’s World Craft Council (WCC·BF). On each occasion the WCC·BF hosts jewellers from 2 other European …
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Following our visit to Berkeley Bionics to talk with the team about their inspiring artificially intelligent, bionic devices, we were lucky enough to visit The Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (VMC) to speak with those involved in the clinical…
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The idea that something so small might be able to pass on data across distances could lead to new generations of medical sensors powered by a person’s own blood flow, environmental sensors powered by the ebb and flow of atmospheric air, and…
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