This new 3D printing development might just change the world. NASA is sinking a lot into 3D printing food, and they are starting with pizza. The project is aimed at evolving the future of food for both space and back here on Earth. It's not Star Trek's replicator, but it's probably just the beginning. Also, this could potentially end hunger around the world.
Brittany Wenger is 18 years old. And she just taught the computer to diagnose leukemia. She built a custom, cloud based "artificial neural network" to find patterns in genetic expression profiles to diagnose patients with a form of cancer called mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL).
Ben Kokes created a custom ring with an inductive loop, a copper coil assembly hidden on the inside, that caused stones lining the outside of the band to light up when the ring comes close to an induced alternating magnetic field. Could this be the most geeky romantic engagement ring?
Google's trend monitoring has just gotten a facelift, and it looks damn pretty right now. The new full screen visualization will show you the data that's been available as a list in technicolor awesome.
Samsung has topped the 10 million sales mark for its Galaxy S4 in "record" time. In only less than a month after its global release, their flagship smartphone has surpassed the 10 million units mark, according to a release.
According to the American Cancer society, more than two million people are diagnosed annually with skin cancer. And 76,000 of them will involve invasive melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, which experts estimate will be fatal for 9,200 of them.
You would think that by now you know your body better than anyone else. But the neat tricks highlighted in this video might prove otherwise. See if you can pass this brain-body test with flying colors!
We can't wait for 3D printing to go mainstream. With techniques like these, the sooner the better we hope. Here's a story of Kaiba Gionfriddo, who was born with a collapsed windpipe and suffers from tracheomalacia. It stopped him from breathing.