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Cancer Patient Gets 3D-Printed Ribs

October 23rd, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz

The Cancer Patient Received An Artificial Sternum and RIbs Lab 22, a laboratory based out of Melbourne, Australia, has created and successfully implanted a set of 3D-printed ribs and sternum into a 54-year-old cancer patient. The male Spanish patient had the artificial internals implanted into…

Watch This: The Best Videos of Last Week

Watch This Video Viral Internet This Week

October 12th, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz

For the week of October 5th, the Internet watched a lot of videos. Probably not any more or less than usual, but still a lot. Each week we go through the top five videos (based on the subreddit /r/videos) of the past few days and…

Why Does It Matter: Alphabet

October 5th, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz

A New Company Run By The Old Company? ‘Why Does It Matter’ is a weekly column that discusses important issues or topics from the previous week/month/year and tries to make it matter to even the most technologically and culturally illiterate person. This week, Google changed….

Electricity Could Soon Be Collected From Air

September 20th, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz

New Alternative For Energy Creation It has become abundantly clear that we can’t continue with our reliance on fossil fuels; a realization that has kickstarted a push for alternatives. A new alternative has now emerged that looks to change how we create and store power….

Scientist Creates ‘Smog-Free’ Tower

September 20th, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz

Tower Purifies a Million Cubic Feet Of Air Per Hour Sitting in a park in Rotterdam lies a nearly 25 foot tower. This metal tower is helping the people surrounding it breath just a little better, okay, maybe a lot better. The Smog Free Tower…

US and China Working To Limit Cyber Attacks

September 19th, 2015 | by Kevin James Krotz

Cyber Peace May Be In Sight The United States and China are reportedly working to limit cyber attacks between the two countries during times of peace. Those familiar with the matter tell The New York Times that both countries would not use cyber attacks against…