Andrea Graziano

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One decade of Gramazio Kohler Research at ETH Zurich – The Architecture of Digital Fabrication

The Desktop Gene Machine

All I want for Christmas is an organism I can make my own<p>The momentum of developments in bioengineering has left life scientists breathless. CRISPR, the gene editing tech that has been adopted almost universally among biotech labs, has been stealing all the headlines with talk of designer babies. …

NeuralTalk and Walk

‘Tech Tats’ Are Temporary Tattoos for the Casual Biohacker

Thank you for interfacing.<p>Before we move from wearables into the bloody business of embedding actual machines into our skin, we'll have to take baby steps. Maybe think about breaching the sanctity of your epidermis a little bit at a time with some temporary electronic tattoos?<p>Mobile development …

Apple Pay

LIVIN Farms Hive

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Thinking algorithm ready to take on conventional medicine

Deep learning, a branch of artificial intelligence, could be in the medical mainstream in months.<p>San Francisco software startup Enlitic is preparing …

Deep Learning

Google weaves smartphone interfaces into clothes for Project Jacquard

Google is experimenting with smart textile design, weaving conductive threads into clothes to create touch-sensitive panels that work like smartphone …

Mobile Devices

MIT’s Future Shoe Can Transform Itself

Watch designers Christophe Guberan and Skylar Tabbits’ Minimal Shoe change on its own.<p>It’s mind-bending enough to 3D print shoes and other textiles. But what if these textiles could be made active, capable of self-transforming in response to stimuli like temperature and moisture? This is the …

Fungus: The Plastic of the Future

World first bio-payment with BTC

The future of data science looks spectacular

We now live in an era where most systems have been instrumented and produce very large volumes of digital data. The analysis of this data can provide …

Designing the Future, pt. 2: Designing for Space Exploration with Jesse Kriss of NASA’s JPL

This week Mark and Steve interview Jesse Kriss of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory about designing for space exploration. Seriously. This episode is …

Synthetic biology needs a grand design vision

Log in or create a free account<p>Connect with:<p>Create an account for free access to:<p>A selection of articles hand-picked by the editors available only to …

The Sensel Morph: INTERACTION, EVOLVED.

To see some articles that we've been featured in, go to sensel.com/press.<p>The Sensel Morph offers a new generation of multi-touch interaction, powered …

Carbon nanofibres made from CO2 in the air

<b>Scientists in the US have found a way to take carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air and make carbon nanofibres, a valuable manufacturing material.</b><p>Their solar-powered system runs a small current through a tank filled with a hot, molten salt; the fluid absorbs atmospheric CO2 and tiny carbon fibres …

Bacteria Laced Fashion

Futuristic electronics one step nearer

When researchers dream about electronics of the future, they more or less dream of pouring liquids into a beaker, stirring them together and …

Swedish Designers Are Turning Fruits and Veggies Into a Nonperishable Powder

When you toss manky lettuce or moldy berries think about this: Globally, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization, we waste more than a …

The first 3D-printed pill opens up a world of downloadable medicine

Now that the US has approved a 3D-printed drug, pharmaceuticals companies in the UK are hoping their patents will be next – from the pyramid-shaped pill-makers to the man who has done for drugs what Apple did for music<p>With architects printing lumpy plastic houses, fashion designers printing …

SCiO- Explore More!

Why Bio is the New Digital - Joi Ito keynote

Crazy new tech projects touch-sensitive holograms into thin air with lasers

A few months ago, news broke of an amazing new image display system capable of projecting 3D images into thin air. Unlike practically every other …

Scientists develop atomic-scale hardware to implement natural computing

As the researchers explain, an atomic switch is a nanoscale device that exhibits memristive resistance, meaning that it adjusts its resistance to an …

Creating nanomedicine with the crowd | Sabine Hauert | TEDxWarwick

The augmented, customizable human body - The Kernel

“Fleshy machine.” That’s how Descartes once described the human body. Today’s biohackers and transhumanists would likely agree. For them the body is …

Singularity

New paper opens the door to the study of a new class of materials

(<i>Nanowerk News</i>) A new paper ("Third-order thermo-mechanical properties for packs of Platonic solids using statistical micromechanics") by a team of …

Nature-Inspired Factories Are the Future of Manufacturing (Op-Ed)

<i>Bryan Johnson is an entrepreneur, investor and founder of the OS Fund and Braintree. Ginkgo Bioworks is an OS Fund company. Follow him on Twitter at</i> …

U.S. Dept. of Energy

The Problem with Fake Meat - MIT Technology Review

People want burgers. It seems hardwired. You can read Richard Wrangham’s <i>Catching Fire</i> to learn how man evolved into a thinking primate by learning to …