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.
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.
Frozen Faith: Cryonics and The Quest to Cheat Death
What if we could use technology to cheat death?
Vice du jour
On a testé un robot qui manipule des bombes à l'aide de la réalité virtuelle
Grâce à la réalité virtuelle, ce robot a des gestes précis comme ceux des humains.
Vice du jour
Ce robot du MIT construit des bâtiments sans l'aide de personne
Ce robot autonome a été conçu pour construire des bâtiments sur d'autres planètes.
Biofabricate: Biodegradable Sneakers
Motherboard got a first peek at the world's first biodegradable sneakers.
The Mission to Resurrect the Woolly Mammoth
Motherboard goes to Russia and South Korea to track down the people working to resurrect the prehistoric woolly mammoth.
The New Face of Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes has traditionally been seen as a disease of the developed world. But scientists are now realizing that this is less than half the story.
Crime & Government: Russia's Hackers
Do Russian cybercriminals also work for Putin?
State of Repair
The New York Times Machinists
Motherboard went to the New York Times printing plant in Queens to meet the dying breed of repairmen who fix older machines.
The Smartphone is Absent | Perspectives, Esmeralda Kosmatopolous
Concluding our Perspectives series is conceptual artist Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, who asks big questions about being human in a time of omnipresent technology.
Striking Scenes, Illuminated Brooklyn, and Wild Performances | Culture Beat Episode 7
We check in with filmmaker Sam Cannon, re-visit the time artist Duke Riley released thousands of pigeons strapped with LEDs and chat with choreographer Katherine Maxwell.