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A team of engineers at Stanford says it's possible to power a tiny, implantable cardiac device using radio waves instead of batteries.
A prototype that imitates the enchanting flying motion of a magic carpet has been developed by physicists at Princeton. Hop on.
Miniature atom-based sensor picks up heart's magnetic rhythms and might one day lead to readings more precise than currently possible using electrocardiograms.
Another scientist is working on helping you hide from those pesky ninja assassins. Great, but when are we going to see a working cloak already?
In a country where people don't have electricity, much less Internet access, the Grameen Foundation partners with Google to relay information through mobile phones.