The end of heavy metal: Boeing shows off material that is 99.99% AIR and could lead to new generation of planes and spaceships | Microlattice was inspired by the structure of human bones | Made up of interconnected hollow tubes | Each tube has a wall 1,000 times thinner than a human hair | Egg wrapped in the material would survive a 25 story drop

The end of heavy metal: Boeing shows off material that is 99.99% AIR and could lead to new generation of planes and spaceships | Microlattice was inspired by the structure of human bones | Made up of interconnected hollow tubes | Each tube has a wall 1,000 times thinner than a human hair | Egg wrapped in the material would survive a 25 story drop

Wearable Liquid Skin Sensor

Wearable Liquid Skin Sensor

Silk Leaf

Silk Leaf

An 'artificial leaf' could one day power the world with clean energy

An 'artificial leaf' could one day power the world with clean energy

Stretchable Electronics, one of the biggest challenges in wearable tech.  Researcher at the University of Tokyo look to be on the way to just make this happen.

Stretchable Electronics, one of the biggest challenges in wearable tech. Researcher at the University of Tokyo look to be on the way to just make this happen.

Coussin d’air / 2, Gamme de textiles 3D aux propriétés amortissantes, respirantes et massantes. Matières Ouvertes est un studio de design textile français spécialisée dans les textiles 3D. Mé…

Coussin d’air / 2, Gamme de textiles 3D aux propriétés amortissantes, respirantes et massantes. Matières Ouvertes est un studio de design textile français spécialisée dans les textiles 3D. Mé…

The Snack Foods of the Future Could Be Tiny Gardens Too - Lacing an edible, 3-D-printed material with seeds, spores, and yeast lets this small bite grow healthier by the day.

The Snack Foods of the Future Could Be Tiny Gardens Too - Lacing an edible, 3-D-printed material with seeds, spores, and yeast lets this small bite grow healthier by the day.

Long-Lasting Solid-State Batteries Are Nearing Production http://www.technologyreview.com/news/530001/longer-lasting-battery-is-being-tested-for-wearable-devices/

Long-Lasting Solid-State Batteries Are Nearing Production http://www.technologyreview.com/news/530001/longer-lasting-battery-is-being-tested-for-wearable-devices/

Scientists at Princeton University used 3-D printing to create a functional ear that can “hear” radio frequencies far beyond the range of normal human capability.

Scientists at Princeton University used 3-D printing to create a functional ear that can “hear” radio frequencies far beyond the range of normal human capability.

Plug in and enjoy…

Plug in and enjoy…

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