This week: Songs of the Stars, NASA picks new astronauts, and Epigenetic Markers mean that your experiences may be passed on in your genes.
This week: 3D printer of complicated shapes, a wind turbine that makes its own wind, and an omni-directional virtual reality treadmill!
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Living in the Future: More than 500 clones from a single cell, paint-on-plastic electronics and touchscreens that know you
This week on We are Living in the Future: Scientists in Japan set a new world record for number of clones from a single cell, having…