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An Artist Is Growing A Skeleton Human Hand In A Lab
Amy Karle aims to connect the body and technology
In Hong Kong, Starbucks Biorefinery Turns Stale Pastry and Coffee Grounds Into Plastic
Instead of burning it, composting it or just dumping it in landfills, food waste from your area coffee shop could...
A Sliver of Human Brain in a Chip, and Other Organ Simulators
An artificial, working brain smaller than a grain of rice, a heart on a stick the size of a micro...
U.S. Army in Afghanistan Takes Delivery of New Bacterial Bioreactors to Clean Wastewater
Bacteria have deployed to Afghanistan to help the U.S. Army clean polluted wastewater. The microbes commonly appear in handfuls of dirt, but now form the main component of two new bioreactors made by scientists at Sam Houston State University in Texas.
Arpa-E, Government’s Mad Science Lab for Energy, Funds First Projects
Like Darpa on the military side, the new agency for stoking energy innovation awards $151 million to big ideas