The technology continues to evolve, but 3D printing is still mostly used for creating prototypes or parts that won’t have to endure tremendous stresses or rigorous wear and tear. That might not always be the case, however, as researchers at Rice University found a way to 3D print complex patterns resulting in plastic objects that… Read More Researchers 3D-Printed Plastic Cubes With Complex Patterns That Make them Bulletproof
Scientists from the University of Grenoble have spent two years teaching a quadriplegic man to move his arms and legs, and even walk, using a brain-controlled AI exoskeleton. The 28-year-old patient, who had suffered from a cervical spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the shoulders down, came into the study with the ability… Read More Brain-controlled exoskeleton allows quadriplegic to walk and manipulate items
Dr. Anthony Atala grew a new bladder in a lab from a small section of Luke Massella’s bladder. Luke received the bladder as a transplant when he was 10 years old. The bladder has worked for 14 years without further surgery.
The citizens of Sierra Leone went to the polls on March 7, but this time something was different: The country recorded votes at 70% of the polling to the blockchain using a technology that is the fi… Source: Sierra Leone just ran the first blockchain-based election
L.A. city lawmakers on Wednesday voted to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day, despite objections from Italian American civic groups Source: L.A. City Council replaces Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day on city calendar – LA Times