A company makes synthetic people for medical testing and medical training.
Karin Heineman, ISTV Executive Producer
New microscope catches underwater corals fighting.
A unique material sucks CO2 from the air
A one-of-a-kind die that challenged mathematicians to figure out how to squeeze all those sides and numbers onto one die.
The process of evolution helped shape jellyfish to move through the water using almost no energy.
An undergraduate college student may have found a way to warn people up to 30 minutes in advance that a tornado is on the way.
Everywhere you go, everything you touch, you are surrounded by microscopic germs.
Fireworks are so advanced they turn into shapes like hearts, stars and even smiley faces. But have you ever wondered how they do that?
Virtual reality is helping the way we treat pain.
What if you could see inside your avocado before you ate it?
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