In today's Big I we looked at a new technology from DARPA that may one day save soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan from traumatic brain injuries.
Click here for more:
In today's BIG I we looked at the world's first self-propelled, remote-controlled endoscope capsule.
That's right, a tiny pill that you can swallow that will take pictures inside your stomach - up to two per second.
Researchers hope the invention will one day pave the way for doctors to view the digestive from esophagus to colon, including the small intestine, which traditionally has been difficult to shoot.
Click here for more.
Imagine if you could do with your hand what ET did with his pointer finger in Universal Picture's classic movie?
Remember how it glowed?
In today's Big I we spoke to two PH.D's from Harvard Medical School who said that one day human cells could emit a beam of light.
Click here for more from the Harvard Gazette.