Best Tech Stories around the web #218

This week: Scientists print human skin and bone for Mars astronauts, Bentley exposes his electric and autonomous sedan of the future, autonomous plane makes successful landing in Germany and the festival "Furie la Nuit" opens its doors in Montreal.


Scientists 3D-print human skin and bone for Mars astronauts by

Mars explorers could turn to 3D printers to treat burns and broken bones. The European Space Agency's 3D Printing of Living Tissue for Space Exploration project aims to print human tissue to help injured astronauts heal when they're far, far away from Earth. Scientists from the University Hospital of Dresden Technical University in Germany bio-printed skin and bone samples upside down to help determine if the method could be used in a low-gravity environment. It worked. ESA released videos of the printing in action. Read more


Bentley's EXP 100 GT is an electric, self-driving concept car for an ultra-luxe future by

Celebrating Bentley's 100th anniversary, the EXP 100 GT concept has an autonomous driving mode, a digital personal assistant and 6,000 LED lights in its grille. Read more


Successful automatic landing with vision assisted navigation by

Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and TU Braunschweig have now demonstrated a completely automatic landing with vision assisted navigation that functions properly without the need for ground-based systems. Read more


Furie la Nuit – Montréal, from July 4 to 13,2019

From July 4th to 13th, the Grand Théâtre de Québec will present Furie at night, an experience mixing party, gamification and artistic performances. Noctura unveiled the creative concept behind the immersive Fury experience at night. The entertainment studio will transform the Grand Théâtre de Québec into a luminous cave, giving way to imaginative scenarios and exploded characters. Read more