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Meet the newly updated Mercedes CLS

Here’s something that might shock you. The Mercedes CLS has been with us 17 years. Yep, the car that founded the coupaloon (or should it be saloupe?) sector is now old enough to learn to drive. Fitting, given it’s packed full of assistance systems that mean it takes much of the work off its driver’s hands. […]

We Are Tremendously Close to a Viable Vaccine for HIV

Months ago, a Phase I clinical trial for a novel vaccine capable of potentially preventing HIV showed extremely promising results. Specifically, the vaccine showed success in triggering a necessary response against HIV in 97% of participants, according to a recent...

AI Is Bringing the Dead Back to Life

Since MyHeritage launched its Deep Nostalgia tool — which re-animates the dead with AI-driven technology — more than 72 million photo animations were created on the website. This many morbid remembrances happened despite only offering 10 different options.However, the...

Surprise! Scientists Grew Tiny Brains With 3D Printing

Scientists just grew small amounts of self-organizing brain tissue — called organoids — in a tiny 3D-printed system, enabling continual observation during growth and development, according to a new study published in the journal Biomicrofluidics.Using 3D printing...

Sashimono: The Subtle Art of Japanese Wood Joinery

Carpentry is a discipline that elegantly merges form and function. The Japanese woodworking tradition of sashimono—a word derived from monosashi, meaning “woodwork ruler”—is an embodiment of how beautiful that synthesis can be.“We work with this material as an...