Today on In Case You Missed It: A Caltech research team is studying a species of jellyfish to see if its ability to rearrange limbs when injured could be used by the robots of the future; a Harvard glove prototype could restore gripping abilities in people with disabilities, but man is it the creepiest, alien-looking glove we've ever seen. We're also including a great video of a ramen-making machine that has optional drone delivery; at which point we call bulls**t.And because it's finally the weekend and you just can't read everything, we're rounding up of some of the biggest headlines from the week that was.
From the cutting room floor: Boeing's 787-9 Dreamliner has maybe the coolest near-vertical takeoff ever, made even better by a new YouTube video that shows the flight from several angles.
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