“We can re-bone him. We have the technology.” It sounds kind of awesome -…
Technically, most vital organ transplants come from dead people, but the kicker is they’re generally either brain dead, or have died just that moment.
The real implications here are for future iterations of Spider-Man, who can now conserve web fluid much more easily.
A new startup raised $120 million to “apply CRISPR to medicine.” I don’t know what that’s supposed to do. The crisper never works.
It could be the coolest thing connected to the movie.
This is a wrap on our Comic-Con 2015 coverage, folks. And I happen to think that on a shoestring budget, with a team of one editor in San Diego, one in New York, and one correspondent in Hall H for one day, we stayed competitive with the big guys, who’ll be doling out their coverage in drips and drabs for the next month or so while we’re busy moving on.
The US Department of Defense and Malloy Aeronautics will be building hoverbikes in Maryland. These will go great with my collection of lima beans that look like The Leader.
Someone is teaching a computer how to be good at Mario games. We’re all gonna die because of this.
The Kickstarter for a test run of a small solar sail in orbit blew past its goal over the weekend.