Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in Stone Lives
by Paul Di Filippo

Science fiction in the News articles describe real-world events that relate to the ideas and inventions in sf novels and movies. Select a news article:

Diabetes Tattoo Tests For Glucose Levels
   People with diabetes must monitor their blood glucose levels by sticking themselves with a needle; one scientist may have thought of an easier way.

Performance-Enhancing Drugs For The Mind
   Everyone who depends upon their mental acuity would like to be sharper.

Silicon-Silk Electronic Implants
   What would you do with implantable electronics that could flex right along with your body?

Nanoparticle Tattoo Monitors Blood Glucose
   An 'ink' of nanoparticles suspended under the skin could save millions of people the pain of daily needle pricks, and improve monitoring.

PKR-Inhibiting Drugs May Boost Memory
   New research may lead to better long-term memories.

Diabetic Son? Parents Get Insulin Pump Tattoos
   Loving parents support their child.

Durable Medical Sensors Printed Onto Skin
   '...she has had a subdermal pattern of micro-channels implanted.'- Paul Di Filippo, 1985.

Skin Electronics 3D Printed
   'June's body is a tracery of lambent lines, like some arcane capillary circuitry...' - Paul Di Filippo, 1985

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Road Noise Charges Electric Cars With Peugeot Piezoelectric Billboard
re: Lloyd Biggle, Jr.
(11/9/2019)

Unsinkable Metal Latest Gates Obsession
re:
(11/7/2019)

M-Blocks 2.0 Self-Assembling Robots
re: Abraham Merritt
(11/5/2019)

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