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The smart patch could replace some of the 4.2 billion chemical-based patches sold for pain relief every year.
An incubator cultivates edible fungi that digests plastic as it grows.
The technology could be used to restore navigating ability and memory in humans.
The move could help millions of motor neuron disease sufferers.
Face replicas made with 3-D printers improve surgical planning, which ultimately makes the surgery much shorter.
Researchers examine whether a brain-stimulating device could help prep the brain for physical therapy. Continue reading →
The MOM incubator is collapsible, inexpensive, portable and designed for use in crisis situations. Continue reading →
Synthetic biological processes could turn waste, soil and gases into fuel, food, medicine and raw materials for 3-D printing. Continue reading →
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