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Infertility treatments might soon hitch an outboard motor to your 'lil swimmers.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Male fertility issues usually contribute to about half the cases of infertility in couples, which is why some German researchers invented a tiny little Spermbot designed to help sperm swim faster. The Spermbot is a tiny metal helix that uses a rotating magnetic field to help drive sperm towards fertilizing an egg.

A new Guinness World Record has been set by Intel after the company orchestrated a light show with 100 flying drones, choreographing the UAVs to move in sync to a live music performance.

The University of Michigan is working on a prototype for a tablet that would let the visually impaired read more lines of text at a time than the current market devices allow.

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