Today on In Case You Missed It: A Berkeley robotics company is building exoskeleton suits for children with neurological conditions. Australian scientists are testing an implantable bionic eye. And a Ukrainian inventor is proposing to redesign planes with a detachable section that could land safely in case of an in-flight disaster.Also be sure to take a look at the physicist who does crazy science stunts to demonstrate the rules of the universe; in today's episode he just fired a gun at himself underwater.
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ICYMI: Cheaper exo suits, radical plane design and moreWe hardly need superheroes anymore.
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