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HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR LATEST ISSUE, November / December 2017
• Debugging California—Entomologist Jodi Holeman has set loose more than 20 million mosquitoes in Fresno…to combat mosquitoes.
• No interaction required—Computers of all sizes are blending into our daily lives more than ever. The question is: How invisible can they get?
• Roaming roadless—The future of driving might be automated, but more people will steer themselves into outdoor thrills.
• I peed my pants to test a space suit—Boeing engineers are devoted to their jobs, even when they have to bring a change of clothes.
• Shoes made for running—Sneaker technology has helped marathon runners shave more than 30 minutes off their times in the last century alone.
• Body, heal thyself—This year’s health innovations helped us harness and improve our own healing powers.
• Why remodelers love stinky houses—An expert in flipping homes on the reason she enjoys the stench of a gross home.
• I’m a software engineer who flies combat drones—A man normally stuck at a monitor tries his hand at piloting, no extra training required.
• Eyes on the skies—Jane Poynter’s pioneering Stratollite balloon brought fried chicken to the edge of space. Someday, it could go to Mars.
• What’s still the best?—In three decades of chronicling innovations annually, we haven’t always picked a winner, but some items continue to impress.
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