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3D printer can print 'fruit'

A 3D printer uses 3D printing combined with molecular gastronomy to create 3D "fruits" in a matter of minutes.

By May 25, 2014

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Real-life Legend of Zelda shield could withstand a medieval battle

"Man at Arms: Reforged" tackles Link's Hylian Shield and creates a masterpiece fit for a medieval armory.

By March 23, 2015

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Beautiful tree grows over 40 kinds of fruit

An artist has used his agricultural background to create gorgeous, multi-fruit trees to revive heirloom stone fruits.

By August 4, 2014

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Fruit fly astronauts set to live for generations in space

Some tiny astronauts are scheduled to fly up to the International Space Station to help scientists model the effects of long-term space exposure on humans.

By July 9, 2014

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Fruit flies fitted with tiny backpacks to save farms

The CSIRO is putting RFID sensors on Queensland fruit flies to study their behaviour in the hopes of saving Queensland's crops.

By April 3, 2014

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Beer wear: Dress made from bacterial-fermented brew

Bacteria, beer and a fermentation process come together to create a fashionable dress made from a new kind of fabric.

By March 26, 2015

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Farmer's Fridge brings fruit, veggies to vending machines

Skip the salt and sugar bombs and get fresh salads and snacks from the Farmer's Fridge, now available in Chicago.

By February 17, 2014

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Watch the new Lego Jurassic World trailer, packed with dino-slapstick

The first full trailer showcases moments from the game, which spans all four "Jurassic Park" movies and features a Lego Jeff Goldblum.

By March 16, 2015

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Samsung gets neighbors to learn sign language to please deaf man (and make you cry)

Technically Incorrect: In Turkey, Samsung decides to promote its video conferencing service for the hearing impaired and does it in a very touching way.

By March 10, 2015

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Chicago schools opt for paper and pencil over online tests

Technically Incorrect: Some schools in the Chicago area decide that the traditional methods of testing kids are more reliable.

By March 2, 2015