The world of technology is changing at super speed from biotech to artificial intelligence to computing and beyond. Of course, labs are still filled with awe-inspiring innovations that haven’t made it to consumers yet. Some of these include lab-grown...
Philadelphia, widely known as the birthplace of the best cheesesteak we all know and love, flavored with Cheez Whiz. What many people don’t know is that the city has been home to many of America’s greatest firsts—first zoo, hospital,...
Most disruptive technologies are finding a profitable niche in healthcare--from IoT devices, virtual reality surgeon tools, and more. 3D printing is no exception. One-size-fits-all healthcare is a thing of the past with custom-fitted 3D printed devices that range from...
By the mid-2030s, the world’s population is poised to grow to 8.4 billion. Barring the inhabitation of luscious exoplanets, cyborg bodies that do not source energy from normal food products, and similarly futuristic possibilities--that’s a lot of mouths to...
3D Printing has been all the rage for the past few years, but now companies are really starting to put this tech to valuable use. One turn that has made this industry even more disruptive is the CLIP (Continuous...
Most new technology is bound to be used for art. Think of all of the gorgeous graphs big data has generated, especially on places like Information is Beautiful. What about the images from Google Deep Dream or the music...
The future of food is fast upon us. Already, artificial intelligences are taking over jobs in fast food restaurants because they can take orders, make custom burgers, and more. We’re also growing edible meat in labs, much to the...
Both robotics and 3D printing are changing the world of construction and fabrication on a very fundamental level. As we discussed recently, many major brands are even 3D printing parts of their shoes using a UV light hardened liquid...
Image Credit: Self-Assembly Lab, MIT / Christophe Guberan / Steelcase 3D printing has long suffered from a few key struggles: scalability, time intensity, and part quality. The MIT self-assembly lab in conjunction with Steelcase has developed a new method of...
Everything has turned high tech. We can 3D print our food and our kids go on field trips in virtual reality. Our fridges can order our food when we’re low. Even the kitchen sink has high-tech flair now with...

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