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Mirror, mirror … Dabarti CGI

How long until we can print human faces in the lab?

Face transplants are one of the great leaps forward of 21st-century medicine. But soon they may not be necessary.
Stop printing all over my patent. Enrique Dans/flickr

How 3D printing threatens our patent system

Copyright law had to figure out how to deal with digital media. Now 3D printers – and their capacity for infringement – are poised to challenge the patent system in a similar way.
All 18 bricks assembled perfectly. © - Only use with this story Adar Hacohen

Self-building 3D printed bricks hint at future without assembly lines

A new study has shown that high frequency vibrations can cause bricks to self-assemble into a larger 3D cylinder, a finding that may one day help do away with the need for assembly lines.
Will synthetic rhino horns decrease demand or aid law enforcement? David W Cerny/Reuters

The trouble with using synthetic rhino horn to stop poaching

A company plans to flood the market with synthetic rhinoceros horn in an effort to slow poaching but these types of commercially driven conservation efforts are fraught with problems.
What can the CES tell us about the future of technology? Intel Free Press

Smaller is smarter at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

An app that can unlock your front door with a digital key and the latest wearable sex tech OhMiBod are just some of the next…

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