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GeekWire Calendar Picks: Witchcraft and neuropsychology Jet City Comic Show and more

Xilinx launches a new reconfigurable spacegrade chip optimized for local machine learning on orbit

77 teams enter next stage of ANA Avatar XPRIZE competition for virtual travelers

Gene therapy startup Immusoft raises 3M appoints new CEO as it approaches clinical trials

How MyHeritage found a new business in DNA

Staring deep into Uranus: Science is peeking at its weird angles

Big debut: Shares of Adaptive Biotechnologies rise 100 on first day as public company

TLDR: Get packages delivered to your car iPhonebased stethoscope Adventureman visits Microsoft

Researchers recreate a brain piece by piece

SpaceX and NASA test the system Crew Dragon staff would use to exit the launch area in an emergency

Stem cell breakthrough might help scientists understand why miscarriages happen

Deep Science AI joins Defendry to automatically detect crimes on camera

Gold Nanoparticles Illuminate Defects in 3D Printed Objects

With Dispatch Here Be Dragons pushes narrative VR storytelling in bold new directions

Inside the lab where Bill Gates TerraPower is inventing the future of nuclear energy

Black Panther was packed with amazing tech Heres how the real world compares to Wakanda

Researchers use tiny tricks to pull out precious protein data from a single cell

President Trump tweets support for Elon Musk as Tesla reopens Calif car factory amid pandemic

A beginners guide to the AI apocalypse: Misaligned objectives

Researchers Qualify 3D Printed Aerospace Brackets and use Thermoelastic Stress Analysis for Testing

Using TwoStage T6 Heat Treatment to Tailor the Mechanical Properties of 3D Printed Aluminum AlSi10Mg Alloys

Parameters of 3D Printed Tungsten Subject of New Study

Tesla stock slumps after Elon Musk admits hes having most difficult year of his career

Intel sets a record with 1218drone salute for Olympics opening ceremony in Korea

Navigating the risks of artificial intelligence and machine learning in lowincome countries

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff invests in 25M round for Naveen Jains microbiome startup Viome

Ignore the absurd claim that streaming TV is terrible for the climate

MIT develops a better way for robots to predict human movement

AI services startup Hypergiant brings on Bill Nye as an advisor

Science in the Age of Experience: Additive Manufacturing Symposium Draws Expert Discussion on Progress Challenges

Bill Gatesbacked Pivotal Commware raises 10M as it ramps up 5G antennas

Subterranean drone mapping startup Emesent raises 25M to autonomously delve the deep

Amazon JPMorgan and Berkshire reveal CEO for new health venture pick Boston as HQ

Fred Hutch scientist on how gold nanoparticles could bring CRISPR to the developing world

Digital health startup Xealth lands 11M to help doctors prescribe pretty much anything but drugs

A robot operated on a human eye for the first time ever

Calling all cosmic startups pitch at TechCrunchs space event in LA

MIT scientists Simulation Hypothesis makes compelling case for The Matrix

Quantum computing is coming to TC Sessions: Enterprise on Sept 5

Growth in solar power beat all other energy sources in 2016 but Trump still wants more coal

Boeing reorganizes operations to prepare for the postpandemic aviation industry

The Y chromosome is disappearing so what will happen to men

Vote for Innovation of the Year: Cashierless store synthetic biology parallel reality and more

Researchers Turn to MultiMaterial 3D Printing to Develop Responsive Versatile Smart Composites

Xprize winning airwater conversion device leaves us thirsty for more

Feeling blue Biotech startup raises 13M to create natural color pigments using algae

Subjecting 3D Printed Medical Ti6Al4V Implants to Laser Peening Could Increase Wear Resistance

Adaptive Biotechnologies shares drop as loss widens in first quarterly earnings since IPO

Seattle biotech startup OncoSenX raising more cash for cancerfighting therapies

Why researchers should make sure robots dont become weapons