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3Gear Systems Hacks Kinects To Create The Future of Gestural Computing

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

'We Took a Rat Apart and Rebuilt It as a Jellyfish'

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Scientists from Harvard and Caltech announce the creation of a bioengineered swimming jellyfish, made from rat cells. You begin with an eight-armed silicon membrane. You harvest rat heart-muscle cells and organize them in a disctinct jellyfish-like pattern on your membrane. Lastly, you set your creature free in a vat of...
'We Took a Rat Apart and Rebuilt It as a Jellyfish'
Creating the first lab-made human heart

Those who threaten 'Twitter blasphemy' writer Hamza Kashgari should stop and remember what Islam is for | Tehmina Kazi

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Islam is not a sword or shield for the global political stage, but a belief system designed to purify the human heartAs of 6pm (UK time) today, 7,894 people had signed a petition urging the Saudi government to drop all charges of blasphemy against Hamza Kashgari, a columnist for the...
Those who threaten 'Twitter blasphemy' writer Hamza Kashgari should stop and remember what Islam is for | Tehmina Kazi
Brave New World--medical devices use biometrics to prevent hack attacks

The future of virtual reality: want to conquer vertigo or have a go at surgery?

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Now you can with the next level of 3D technology - which defies gravity and lets you come squeamishly close to deathEver wondered what it would be like to tightrope walk above the city, dissect a human heart, and jump out of a plane at 10,000 feet - all in...
The future of virtual reality: want to conquer vertigo or have a go at surgery?

Inhabitat's Week in Green: cloning a woolly mammoth, mesmerizing kinetic facade and LED-suited break dancers

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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. This week Inhabitat reported on several breaking technological controversies as South Korean scientists announced plans to clone a woolly mammoth and a group of...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: cloning a woolly mammoth, mesmerizing kinetic facade and LED-suited break dancers
Researchers create artificial jellyfish from silicone and a rat's heart
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