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  • Astronaut Barry Wilmore aboard the International Space Station, engineers and scientists are turning to 3-D printing as a way to build tools, spare parts, and one day, perhaps, even shelters for space colonists....

  • Fusion has the potential to be the perfect energy source—safe, clean, and limitless—but scientists are struggling to make it work. Now a change of shape may turn the mainstream reactor design, known as a tokamak, into something simpler, faster, and cheaper....

  • Our position in ASM, Avino Silver and Gold Mines, is driven almost entirely by technical patterns.            ...

  • Bloomberg’s Ramy Inocencio explores the realm of “biohacking.” A growing number of people across the U.S. and around the world are implanting microchips and other high-tech devices under their own skin to give them beyond-human abilities. Inocencio travels to Seattle to watch a needle-injection process and to witness what one pioneer can do with a wave of his hand....

  • See​ Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini robot dog perform household tasks in a slightly creepy way....

  • Many modern technologies wouldn’t be possible without recent advances in semiconductor materials—but even the tiniest, fastest, most advanced semiconductors have their limits. S.-K. Hwang et al. present a proof-of-principle for a new class of electronics that are designed to degrade and completely disappear over a prescribed period of time. Such devices could be used not only for biomedical and environmental monitoring but also as a strategy for reducing electronic waste....

  • Our position in EEM, the Emerging Markets ETF, is driven almost entirely by technical patterns.            ...

  • Doctors seem to be a step closer to performing a breakthrough surgery: transplanting a human head onto another body....

  • The team of Dr Thomas Gregory, an orthopedist surgeon teaching at the Paris Descartes University, realized a total hip replacement filmed thanks to two cameras that were fixed at Dr Gregory’s eyes level and recorded the surgery in stereoscopic 3D with a 180° field of view. The footage is now watchable in virtual reality thanks to the Oculus Rift technology. This video now represents an exceptional training tool, to the extent that students and surgeons can for the very first time visualize a surgery and live it as if they were the surgeon....

  • Our position in GLD, the Gold ETF, is driven almost entirely by technical patterns.            ...

The team of Dr Thomas Gregory, an orthopedist surgeon teaching at the Paris Descartes University, realized a total hip replacement filmed thanks to two cameras that were fixed at Dr Gregory’s eyes level and recorded the surgery in stereoscopic 3D with a 180° field of view. The footage is now watchable in virtual reality thanks to the Oculus Rift technology. This video now represents an exceptional training tool, to the extent that students and surgeons can for the very first time visualize a surgery and live it as if they were the surgeon....

Many modern technologies wouldn't be possible without recent advances in semiconductor materials—but even the tiniest, fastest, most advanced semiconductors have their limits. S.-K. Hwang et al. present a proof-of-principle for a new class of electronics that are designed to degrade and completely disappear over a prescribed period of time. Such devices could be used not only for biomedical and environmental monitoring but also as a strategy for reducing electronic waste....

Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio explores the realm of “biohacking.” A growing number of people across the U.S. and around the world are implanting microchips and other high-tech devices under their own skin to give them beyond-human abilities. Inocencio travels to Seattle to watch a needle-injection process and to witness what one pioneer can do with a wave of his hand....