This week we’ve tales on blocking harmful or annoying
distractions in augmented reality,
gene therapy applied with ultrasound to heal bone breaks,
and giving robots geckolike gripping energy with On-line Information
Editor David Grimm.
Deputy Information Editor Elizabeth Culotta joins Sarah Crespi to
talk about a particular package deal on human migrations—from the traditional
origins of Europeans to the stressed and wandering scientists
of at this time.
Transcripts courtesy of Scribie.com.
[Image: Public domain; Music: Jeffrey Cook]
Source : http://www.sciencemag.org/podcast/preventing-augmented-reality-overload-fixing-bone-tiny-bubbles-and-studying-human-migrations