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In 2013 there were several articles posted on 3D printing. At SLAS2014 there were two posters from Michigan State University using 3D printing to create fluidic devices for drug discovery.

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We recently featured a link to a robotics competition (see DARPA 2015 Robotics Challenge). Developments in this field continue as the below link to the website livescience illustrates. This features a human-like robot, Atlas, from Boston Dynamics (a Google company) walking through a forest. Atlas is not yet as fluid and graceful as a human, but that won't take too long to accomplish. Be warned, the livescience website can be addictive and you may find yourself spending longer than you should checking out article after article.

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