3D Printed Beef? Mosa Meat

Cultured Beef is created by painlessly harvesting muscle cells from a living cow. Scientists then feed and nurture the cells so they multiply to create muscle tissue, which is the main component of the meat we eat. It is biologically exactly the same as the meat tissue that comes from a cow.

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Meat beyond meat

”At Beyond Meat, we want all of the good and none of the bad. We want to eat delicious meat but we don’t want any of the bad stuff that goes along with it. Is that too much to ask? Well no, actually. Not since we created meat from plants.”

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A Robot that Completes a 2-Hour Brain Surgery Procedure in under 3 minutes?

Brain surgery is precision business, and one slip can spell doom for affected patients. Even in one of the most skilled jobs in the world, human error can still be a factor. Researchers from the University of Utah are looking to provide less opportunity for those errors to occur. A robot that the team is developing is able to reduce the time it takes to complete a complicated procedure by 50 times. According to CNN, the robot can reduce the time it takes to drill into the skull from two hours to two-and-a-half minutes.

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Rest your fingers. Text by thinking!

Eye-tracking technology & a sensor-mounted headset with a brain-machine interface which detects electrical brain waves and converts them into digital signals. Sounds like science-fiction? Not anymore. Japan is planning in the next decade to develop such robotic equipment that use thought to activate. What for? Let’s just mention television thought activate command, text messages (including phone, messengers or emails) or robotic machines activation. 

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MIT’s new Nylon Artificial Muscles

Scientists have been developing artificial muscles for some time now. Usually from electrically responsive polymers or even carbon nanotubes, these “muscles” are able to replicate the characteristics or real muscles: contract, expand or stretch. More recently, a research team from MIT has created a different type of artificial muscle with lower expenses.

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