In the June 9 SN: Runway-ready tech, when consumer genetic tests fall short, tracking a global frog killer, protons feel the pressure, dino nests take shape, globe-trotting emissions, the surprising history of green blood and more.
THREE’S COMPANY Twenty months after the deadly fire on Apollo 1, Apollo 7 and its crew (from left), Donn F. Eisele, Walter M. Schirra, Jr. and Walter Cunningham, spent nearly 11 days in space, completing 163 orbits of Earth.
ON HAND A new 3-D printer creates wireless, light-up devices (one shown) or health sensors directly on a person’s skin, like high-tech temporary tattoos.
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FASHION FORWARD Fashion runways may someday showcase designs that respond to your commands, change colors or light your way.