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by Joe McCormick | Jun 29, 2016
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by Joe McCormick | Jun 15, 2016
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by Joe McCormick | Oct 2, 2015
Lauren and Jonathan explore three ways 3D printers could change medicine. From printing drugs to regenerating nerves, we explore what happens when doctors work with additive manufacturing.
by Joe McCormick | Nov 21, 2014
We can't carry everything we need for long space missions. Could synthetic biology help us produce stuff like biopolymers, drugs or even food?
by Joe McCormick | Aug 20, 2014
Are there safe, effective ways to boost brain power? Will the humans of the future be popping smart pills and leaving us all in the intellectual dust?
by Joe McCormick | Aug 15, 2014
Could an emerging technology eliminate the need for animal testing in pre-clinical trials? We examine the potential of the organ-on-a-chip.
by Joe McCormick | Oct 18, 2013
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