ICYMI: 3D-printed ears, autonomous DARPA drones and extra
At present on In Case You Missed It: Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Drugs scientists have 3D-printed dwelling tissue that may be transplanted into dwelling animals, most notably an ear that grew new cartilage and blood vessels as soon as underneath the pores and skin of a mouse for a couple of months.
Much less scary, extra techy, DARPA simply launched a video of its Quick Light-weight Autonomy Program for drones, the place a drone hit forty five miles per hour inside a closed check setting. The researchers are additionally testing drones navigation expertise autonomously however that is a bit too sluggish for prime time simply but.
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We additionally assume the duplicate gun from a Japanese anime movie is fairly cool to take a look at — the fan model that comes out subsequent month will value about $one hundred seventy however not truly do a lot in addition to look cool.
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