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Have you ever wanted superpowers? Students at the University of Illinois at Chicago have built a suit mimicking Spider-Man’s “SpiderSense” by using sensory receptors to “feel” their environment.
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The American Academy of Neurology took a formal stance Wednesday on the use of attention-altering drugs by children who do not have a formal diagnosis. In a position paper, the academy outlined the ethical issues for treating healthy children with such drugs, a concept known as neuroenhancement.
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Bioengineers at Cornell University are 3D printing human ears. The scientists began printing ears to combat microtia, a congenital defect where a child is born with an undeveloped ear, typically on one side. Researchers hope to implant a printed ear optimistically within the next three years. Read the full story at Medill.