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Motherboard
2:20

Biofabricate: DIY Body Parts

Motherboard went to Biofabricate, a conference about the future of biomaterials to speak with Andrew Pelling who is developing DIY CO2 incubator kits. Something he hopes will allow people to grow their own human and animal tissues from home.
Motherboard
1:54

Biofabricate: The Pure Human Project

Tina Gorjanc is challenging the future of how we commodify human genetic material when it comes using it for the production of luxury goods.
UpStarts
8:50

AeroTerrascan: Indonesia's Homegrown Drone Startup Flies Into a Volcano

Aeroterrascan is at the forefront of Indonesia's drone industry, creating high-flying machines that are mapping active volcanoes in ways never seen before.
UpStarts
11:26

Digital Nativ: Redefining Innovation With a DIY Tech Artist

Miebi Sikoki is working to show that local builders can create new and innovative hardware by pushing the boundaries of what tech means with creative, and unique, machines that marry technology with art.
Dear Future
11:07

The Fixers Using Recycled Laptop Batteries to Power Their Homes

DIY Powerwalls – rechargeable lithium-ion battery installations, made from recycled batteries – are the future of power, whether you know it or not.
Motherboard
10:05

The Great Swedish Fish Theory Investigation

Motherboard investigates The Swedish Fish Theory, learning how personal gestures can change behavior in an increasingly impersonal world.
Motherboard
21:27

Forever Young: Church of Perpetual Life

Motherboard explores a church in Florida that believes immortality is imminent, through the progression of science and technology they believe they can live forever.
Transmissions
9:02

Life Inside a Chinese Bitcoin Mine

Motherboard visits a secretive Bitcoin mine located in rural Northeast China and document a day-in-the-life of the three employees hired to maintain the mine.
Spaced Out
9:57

Deep Space Robot Gardeners

When you’re floating in space, the limited culinary options leave something to be desired. In fact, astronauts on long trips typically don’t eat enough. That’s where SPOT, a smart growing chamber, and ROGR, a gardening robot, come into play.