ICYMI: Tech for Rhinos, Smarter Spacecraft Design and More

ICYMI: Tech for rhinos, smarter spacecraft design and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: Small cameras are being implanted in endangered rhino’s horns to save them from extinction. An aerospace company designed an electromagnetically-powered engine for us as a reusable spaceplane, which would send power to the craft via Earth-based microwave emitters. And theme-park goers who love 4D immersive-motion rides may soon be able to put similar tech on their living room sofa.

Today’s bonus shows a talented woodworker handcrafting Star Wars prints.

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