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by Joe McCormick | Jun 10, 2016
Pain is both a physical and emotional experience, which makes it hard to treat. Today's therapies (like opioid drugs) come with dangerous side effects. How could new research change the ways we treat pain?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 8, 2016
A new type of clock might require a new definition of what a second is. Is time about to turn upside down?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 3, 2016
Are we close to creating all-new life forms? What are the scientific challenges? Should we be concerned about ethics?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 1, 2016
Can a computer create art from scratch? How will Google's Magenta project actually work? And can a machine be truly creative?
by Joe McCormick | May 27, 2016
NASA researchers announced the Kepler telescope had verified 1,284 new exoplanets. How did they do that and what does it mean?
by Joe McCormick | May 25, 2016
Hands are awesome. They're also difficult to replicate. What's the state of the art of robotic hands?
by Joe McCormick | May 20, 2016
When we think of the future, we don't often consider our common appliances. But what will the oven of the future be like?
by Joe McCormick | May 18, 2016
What is e-waste? How big a problem is it? And what can we do to fix it?
by Joe McCormick | May 13, 2016
Livestreaming has really taken off. What's the future of livestreaming?
by Joe McCormick | May 11, 2016
Would cryogenics put you into suspended animation or would it just kill you? The crew looks into what happens when you're put on ice.
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