Will Flying Cars Take Off? Japan’s Government Hopes So

Will flying cars take off? Japan’s government hopes so

TOKYO (AP) – Electric drones booked through smartphones pick people up from office rooftops, shortening travel time by hours, reducing the need for parking and clearing smog from the air. This vision of the future is driving the Japanese government’s “flying car” project. Major carrier All Nippon Airways, electronics company NEC Corp.

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Glimpse: How Electronic Tattoos Will Change The World

How electronic tattoos will change the world – and ourselves

It’s the stuff of cyberpunk science fiction – tattoos adorned with flashing lights and sophisticated circuitry. They’ll monitor our vitals, we’re told, and feed us personalized health advice in real time. They’ll wire our biology to the web, and put the internet of things at – on, in – our fingertips.

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Cancer Spreads from Organ Donor to 4 People in ‘Extraordinary’ Case

Cancer Spreads from Organ Donor to 4 People in ‘Extraordinary’ Case

It’s well known that organ transplants can pass infectious diseases from donors to recipients in rare cases. But even more rarely, transplants can transmit cancer, as a new case shows. In what’s being described as an “extraordinary case,” four people in Europe developed breast cancer after they received organs from the same donor, according to a new report.

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People Wearing Virtual Reality Headsets Have Increased Mental Exertion

People wearing virtual reality headsets have worse balance and increased mental exertion

New research published in has found that virtual reality use impairs physical and cognitive performance while trying to balance. “I became interested in this topic because virtual reality headsets have recently become widely available, with great potential to make rehabilitation more enjoyable and varied for patients,” said study author Steven M.

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