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FROM OUR LATEST ISSUE, November / December 2016
• Entertainment — Virtual reality continues to develop with Sony Playstation offering up arguably the most affordable, yet still highly advanced, VR headset on the market.
• Health — 40 percent of the world’s population is currently at risk of catching dengue fever, but this year, for the first time, a vaccine approved by the World Health Organization has started inoculating people in Brazil and the Philippines, possibly saving hundreds of millions from infection.
• Recreation — Vibram created a new type of rubber sole known as Arctic Grip, that mimics the design of polar bear paws in order to keep feet from slipping while walking—or running, even—on ice.
• Do Not Fear Gene-Edited Food — Ever since the federal regulators approved genetically modified seeds 20 years ago we’ve been a nation torn. But is GM food—which could improve global food supply—really something to fear?
• Now — Uber’s director of engineering sat down with Popular Science to explain how its self-driving cars work, what the company will do in the event of a crash, and how long until driverless is the default Uber experience.
• Manual — How a shark attack survivor designed his own prosthetic leg for surfing, the engineering history behind Ace of Cakes, build your own record player powered by wind, and more.
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- Updated: Sep 19, 2016
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