Technically Incorrect: To hype a new TV show, Britain's Channel 4 releases an ad that purports to offer your own synthetic human being. And it's slightly disturbing.
A tattoo magazine and a Brazilian ad agency are behind SkinBook, a creepy little notebook with pages of synthetic human skin. It's designed for artists to "sketch" ideas into, protecting real human skin from the ravages of inexperienced tattooers while they practice their craft.
After years of research, a team of scientists has synthesised spider silk in a laboratory setting.
The Wallet Drone is a tiny quadcopter designed to fit into a wallet-size case that doubles as a controller and a mobile charger for the device.
Technically Incorrect: Still fighting a four-game suspension of their quarterback, the Patriots create a Web site to counter what they say is the NFL's dismissal of scientific evidence about ball deflation.
Technically Incorrect: A Jordanian doctor performing a C-section allegedly leaves something behind. The case is reportedly discussed in parliament.
Technically Incorrect: A Virginia woman is suing Verizon because, she says, a company manager treated her so aggressively on a call that she was taken ill.
A team of Italian scientists turns ordinary spiders into super-spiders that can produce a web with fibers stronger than Kevlar. Hopefully the finding will also lead to a better Spider-Man movie.
A new video recolours "Man of Steel" into "a Superman movie that looks like Superman!"
Chemists could soon turn to a standardized set of instructions on how to program molecular interaction in a test tube or cell.