In this episode of SciTech Now, explore the chemistry of cider; how squiggly lines may replace passwords; a look at how one classroom is using VR googles and flight simulators for learning; and keeping up with the innovations of healthcare.
3D printers have become very popular for home and industrial use, but can you imagine them printing human organs? This leap in medical technology may not be far off, thanks to biomedical engineers at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
There’s often a big gap between a good idea and getting a product to market. One program, started in Washington University in St. Louis, is bridging that gap and spreading to other cities.
In this episode of SciTech Now, using advanced technology to analyze therapy sessions; can eating exotic species help protect our ecosystem?; science filmmaker Emily Driscoll discusses how eating invasive species may help the environment; making it safe to work with robots; and bridging the gap between good ideas and medical tech products.
Medical technological advances not only affect the tools doctors use, but also the way they treat their patients. Reporter Jim Kerchherr brings us to one of the world’s first virtual medical centers, a facility that’s putting a new twist on bedside manner.