SciTech Now | January 11, 2017

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In a Washington University laboratory, scientists are training locusts to sniff out bombs with their antennas, but that’s the easy part. Getting the right message out of their tiny brains means turning them into cyborgs.

We may never have Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak, but scientists have taken the first steps toward creating the illusion that something has disappeared.

Scientist searching for a fuel that could replace gasolines have turned to woodchips and sawdust.

A group of engineers has been working on driverless car technology for ten years and are now tackling the final challenges of bringing it to the public.


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