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by Joe McCormick | Apr 1, 2015
Last night, the Singularity arrived! Joe, Lauren and Jonathan talk about what we got right, what we got wrong and when to expect your next software patch.
by Jonathan Strickland | Jun 17, 2014
by Joe McCormick | Apr 4, 2014
You've seen replicators feed the crew of Star Trek, but will real humans ever be able to press a button and zap an entire meal into existence? If so, are we anywhere close to that today?
by Jonathan Strickland | Mar 14, 2014
by Joe McCormick | Feb 26, 2014
How is the world of nanotechnology different from the macro scale? We look at how nanotech could shape the future of everything from computing to medicine.
by Jonathan Strickland | Jan 28, 2014
Engineers often look to living organisms for inspiration -- even turkeys. Learn how turkeys inspired a chemical sensor in this blog post.
by Joe McCormick | Dec 25, 2013
What's the future of clothing? From self-cleaning outfits to a suit that recharges your electronics, the crew takes a look at the clothing of the future.
by Joe McCormick | Oct 4, 2013
What can we do to mitigate climate change? Will technology fix the problem? What are carbon caps?
by Jonathan Strickland | Aug 16, 2013
Scientists in Stockholm have made an Archimedean scroll out of modified graphene. Read about graphene scroll in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | Mar 18, 2013
Scientists have created a gel that allows patients to manually release medication. Read about the medical gel in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
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