ICYMI: Mars life, bendy smartphone screens and more

ICYMI: Mars life, bendy smartphone screens and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: It's Space Week, and today's celestial story is an earth-bound look at what a colony of humans would have to endure on Mars. People from Hawaii's Space Exploration Analog and Simulation group just finished an eight month camp-out, cut away from society and only allowed outside when clad in space suits. Not so spacey but equally fascinating, MIT scientists figured out a bendable smartphone display's chemistry. And wearable product company Lumo announced new running shorts that aim to fix your body mechanics when pounding pavement.

We also touch on Disney's new little sand artist robot, which reminded us of this true sand artist. Both are worth a look if you're into that sort of thing.

Something everyone should be into: Dinosaurs! Well dinosaurs as conceived of by a human, looking to build something weird for his kid to ride.

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