Just like replicators on Star Trek, 3D printers can create all kinds of objects. One day, they’ll even be able to print human cells, tissues and organs. What medical processes might this change?

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Remember the dermal regenerators Commander Riker used on Star Trek? Just wave it over a skin wound for instant healing! Well, real-world scientists are working on similar devices that use sound waves.

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Is invisibility real? Kind of. By manipulating your perception of how light rays interact with an object, you can see around or through the object.

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Airplane tires need to be specially designed to give them the strength necessary to stay intact during takeoff and landing.

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Your brain is made up of different kind of cells that allow it to accomplish a wide range of tasks.

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Although gold is normally mined deep underground, small traces of the mineral are also found in the leaves of Eucalyptus trees.

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The brain can do a lot of amazing things. It’s even capable of cleaning itself.

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On June 13, 2013, the AeroVelo team and their Atlas aircraft set a world record for human-powered flight.

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Scientists are working to make burgers more eco-friendly by producing beef in a lab using stem cells, instead of relying on livestock farming.

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