On Downstream – Virtual Flavours and 3D Printed Hearts

A look at how advances and innovation in the world of technology and science are changing the lives of those downstream.

    Al Jazeera Science & Technology Editor Tarek Bazley looks at the week’s top stories from the world of science and technology.

    This week: lassos in space, India’s multi-billion dollar solar energy, 3d printing tech used to fixing a hole the heart, the high cost of high-tech in poor classrooms and are you ready for virtual flavours?

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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