The Question of Human Enhancement, Past and Future

John Danaher attained his PhD from University College Cork in Ireland, and presently writes on various topics related to ethics and human enhancement for organizations like the Institute for Ethics and Emergence Technology. He is currently a lecturer in law at NUI Galway. In this episode, we explore the concept of human “enhancement” from…

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Can you 3D print emotions?

CAN YOU 3D PRINT EMOTIONS? NEW “LOVE PROJECT” USES BIOMETRIC SENSORS TO CREATE HOUSEHOLD OBJECTS Everyone has knick-knacks of sentimental value around their home, but what if your emotions could actually be shaped into household things? A project recently unveiled at the Sao Paulo Design Weekend turns feelings of love into physical objects using 3D printing…

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3D Scanner Digitally Immortalizes Invaluable Masterpieces in Five Minutes

Last year, the Smithsonian opened a virtual museum. With Smithsonian X 3D Explorerusers can take a virtual tour of (and even 3D print) high-definition digital models of artifacts like Lincoln’s life mask or the Wright Brother’s plane. It’s a brilliant concept. Once digital, artifacts can be easily accessed and explored in detail by researchers,…

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International Space Medicine Consortium Website Online

The new website of International Space Medicine Consortium is online. We are very please to be part of these futuristic and incoming scenario: from tele-anesthesia to space analog and extreme environments management. ISMC will research, develop and test new novel innovations/concepts and integrate cutting-edge technologies to improve state-of-the-art platforms and…

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