Today on In Case You Missed It: An exoskeleton to mimic the effects of aging is teaching empathy and also, helping engineers develop technology to help older people. 3D-printed medication is officially happening, now that the U.S. FDA has given its approval to a drug manufacturer. And the world's biggest plane is being built which is intended to launch satellites into orbit.And from our opening welcome: Did you hear about the study that says indoor air conditioning is calibrated to men's bodies and that's why many women freeze at work? If only there were a tech solution to this basic problem (looking at you, smarty pants Engadget readers).
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ICYMI: 3D-printed meds, old-man exoskeleton and more