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This system of organ printing is like ‘living’ pottery
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Futurism

Futurism
We've finally hacked photosynthesis.
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FutureShift by Mashable

FutureShift by Mashable
An incredible new robot inspired by vines can grow 25,000 times its original size.
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Mashable

Mashable
This orange goo may look squishy, but it’s the key ingredient in armor used to protect football players and soldiers.
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MIT Media Lab

MIT Media Lab
When architecture is freed from its greatest enemy—gravity—new architectural materials can flourish. Spatial Flux, from the City Science research group, explores the possibilities. See more videos and learn more on the project page: http://mitsha.re/qevJ30isLcN
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Seriously creepy and fascinating!

Rohit Ashok Khot should do this with food

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thermochromic slime recipe
https://youtu.be/r-w6uobne2oMake this awesome color changing slime that changes color with temperature! Thermochromic slime makes STEM learning fun.
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