My Cyborg Ear: How a Surgeon and Titanium Cured My Lifelong Deafness
It’s already pretty crazy what they’re able to do now. But I wouldn’t go so far as to say we’re living in the future. I know just by looking at history that it’s only going to get better. — Ian Burkhart, the first paralyzed man to move his own hand with his thoughts (and a virtual spinal cord).
Iranian school teacher builds a robot to teach children prayers)
New laser-printed material based on the structure of bone is lighter than water, as strong as steel