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A daily newsletter charting the future: From technology to the scientific breakthroughs changing our lives.
Doctors and scientists first began experimenting with organ transplants in the 1700s. But it wasn’t until 1954 that a breakthrough was made. Dr. Joseph E. Murray completed the first successful living-related kidney transplant in Boston. Today, such procedures have become pretty routine and some companies are even working to synthesize artificial human tissue using 3-D printers.Jan.24.2018
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An immersive ski simulator that lets Olympic skiers train in virtual reality03:50
Everything you need to know about the science of Curling02:34
As the flu season shows signs of leveling off, a look back at how the flu vaccine came to be03:02
An algorithm to choose your valentine?02:47