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ICYMI: Buzzing blind guide, lab-grown voice and more

Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
November 21, 2015
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Doctor's used bioengineering to grow fresh vocal cords that they say sound just like the real thing. Haptic feedback headbands are helping to guide sight-disabled people with buzzing when an obstacle is present. And a collaborative synthesizer from London lets four people control a device, jamming out electronically, together.

We then cover some of the big headlines of the week, though we are still most excited about the hacking work against ISIS, as well as outlawing those annoying sort-of skateboards that teenagers can't get enough of. Yes, we sound like grumpy old men. We're fine with that.

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