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The danger of counterfeit microchips

From hoverboards to cars, counterfeit microchips are cropping up in many electronic devices that permeate our daily lives. These chips are so small that they’re easily overlooked by consumers, but as more and more faulty parts infiltrate the market, Carnegie Mellon professor Ken Mai advises it’s time to take notice.

3D printed tissue, an alternative to organ transplants?

Could 3D printed tissues offer an alternative to organ transplants? Hari Sreenivasan talks to Carnegie Mellon professor Adam Feinberg about constructing arteries and embryonic hearts, all with a consumer-grade 3D printer.