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Emotion and facial recognition tech help retailers, but raise privacy fears.
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A piecemeal approach to assembling an artificial heart could lead to a fully functioning organ sooner than expected.
A designer proposes using synthetic animals to help perpetuate natural species and also clean up the environment that threatens them.
The virus increases the surface area of the wire, which in turn increases the area where electrochemical activity takes place.
Microscopic particles embedded in DNA insert bone-producing instructions into cells.
The research could lead to brain-machine interfaces that restore mobility to limbs of paralyzed patients.
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