• Print electronics right from your home office? Maybe one day. Cornell engineers who designed this 3D-printed loudspeaker—it really works!—say it's just the tip of the iceberg. [1 of 3]
 

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tech 30 Jul 2014

Jenny Leonard edits Futurity.org, a site for science junkies and curious minds. The site highlights discoveries by scientists at top universities around the world. She also collaborates on a sister site about undergrads called My4.org. "I love scientists. No problem is too big." TWITTER  FACEBOOK

 
  • This pacemaker developed at Stanford is really small—about the size of a grain of rice. Even better, it's wireless. To recharge it, you wave a device the size of a credit card near your chest. [2 of 3]
 
 
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