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by Joe McCormick | Apr 22, 2016
Could the future of electronics be the human body? We explore efforts to turn your body into a technological interface.
by Joe McCormick | Feb 12, 2016
Let's get real: Are there any serious weather modification technologies on the horizon? Julie Douglas joins Lauren and Joe in the second part of this discussion about weather control.
by Joe McCormick | Feb 10, 2016
What does the future have in store for the way we interact with and potentially even harness weather? Julie Douglas joins Lauren and Joe to discuss what the future of weather might look like.
by Joe McCormick | Jul 31, 2015
In part two, we look at how keeping information accessible to future generations is a big challenge. From digital obsolescence to outdated hardware, how can we keep information alive?
by Joe McCormick | Jul 29, 2015
In the United States, we have a lifestyle that leans toward the disposable. How might we build and care for things so that future generations will be able to access, enjoy and learn from them?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 26, 2015
How do memories work? Can technology read memories? Is a memory-detecting algorithm foolproof?
by Jonathan Strickland | Jan 12, 2015
by Joe McCormick | Jan 7, 2015
Animals like squid, octopuses and jellyfish use strange, fascinating limbs to interact with the world. How can we take inspiration from the natural designs of these arms and tentacles to create robots, synthetic materials and even medicine?
by Jonathan Strickland | Nov 17, 2014
by Joe McCormick | Nov 12, 2014
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