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Today on In Case You Missed It: Curling up with a fireplace and a bottle of whiskey is now a little less depressing, now that we know self-heating concrete is on the way. Still a research project in Nebraska, conductive concrete can operate on a low amount of electric current and de-ice itself. It’s just what we’ve needed.
A new wheelchair still waiting on FDA approval would take the access problem down a notch. The TopChair S can climb stairs for $16,000.
And Harvard engineers unleashed their gentle yet strong robot hands underwater, delicately collecting samples of marine specimans.
There are a lot of great stories to chose from in TLDR, but the one you’ll want to be most up on is the evidence of a 9th planet in our solar system. Please share any interesting science or tech videos, anytime! Just tweet us with the #ICYMI hashtag to @mskerryd.
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