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A new hybrid 3D printing technique from the Wyss Institute could open the door to more durable, flexible wearables.
The origami-inspired delivery drone from EPFL's Laboratory of Intelligent Systems can fold down when not in use.
The GreenWave vertical farming system would provide a new source of food while also helping restore ocean ecosystems.
Researchers at Rice University have created light-controlled molecular machines able to drill holes in cells to deliver medication or destroy the cell itself.
Specialized yeast strains could allow future astronauts to create 3D-printed tools using their own waste products.
The organismoids computing technology mimics human thought by helping machines learn by allowing them to forget.
Marc Raibert, founder of Boston Dynamics, demonstrates SpotMini, a new breed of robotic helpers. Boston Dynamics [CONTACT]
The breakthrough new Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT) technology uses electricity to create new organs from skin cells.
The DeepLoco artificial intelligence algorithm uses reinforcement learning to get robots on their feet.
The wearable Chairless Chair from Noonee lets wearers take a seat wherever they go. Noonee.com
The conductive paint from Bare Conductive lets users experiment with their own circuits.
A tiny, battery-free robot from Harvard University could lead to swallowable micro-robots able to film inside the body.
Known for his lifesaving paper-based tools, Manu Prakash demonstrates a hand-powered centrifuge that can replace a $1000 device.
The Brainno wearable reads your brain waves to promote mental health.
The Desktopography smart display can project a virtual keyboard onto small, cluttered spaces.