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Lab-grown chicken could hit store shelves soon — here's how it tastes

It’s a whole new kind of poultry.

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A robot choreographer reveals why M3GAN — and all robots — should dance

“I think roboticists should become dancers.”

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Government-issued digital currencies could bring about a dystopian future, security experts warn

A cashless future may mean more surveillance and less freedom with our funds.

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Here are the 5 biggest innovations to expect in 2023

Cheap EVs, new mRNA jabs, wind farm wins, and more.

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Space junk, robot chefs, Star Wars clones: The 6 best innovation stories of 2022

Our favorite futuristic reads from this year.

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Is Planet Nine out there? This new telescope could finally settle the long-standing mystery

Its shiny new camera will capture the night sky like never before.

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Electric jumbo jets could arrive in a few decades with the help of hydrogen

Giant e-planes could take off relatively soon — if engineers figure a few things out first.

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Human-free farms could solve a major food problem

This isn’t your mother’s agriculture.

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CRISPR could help bacteria destroy cancer and gulp up methane

It all comes full circle.

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How the author of DALL-E Mini created the ultimate meme maker — and a new era for AI

“This is crazy that it works at all.”

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First-ever lab-grown blood could change medicine forever

Plus: Cancer-treating bionic bacteria.

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These futuristic "energy weapons" could finally bring sci-fi to the battlefield

Microwaves, radio waves, X-rays, oh my!

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Here's how fixing our gadgets could get a lot easier (and cheaper)

Plus: Plastic’s promising wooden alternative.

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EVs are getting older — are they disposable or built to last?

Only time will tell.

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A new laser-powered chip can transmit the entire internet (twice) each second

And it may get 100 times faster.

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Inside the space start-up that plans to fling satellites to orbit

The dizzying concept could launch precious cargo relatively cheaply and efficiently.