Biobanking These days, major universities, drug companies, and even a few governments maintain their own biobanks, which are basically places where scientists store human parts like brains, blood and livers to use in medical research. WIRED Science visits a biobank in Sun City, Arizona, where the residents are the bank's biggest donors. Audio Files Host Ziya Tong, with the help of some golden-ear experts, sets out to settle the debate over the digital/analog divide. High-Speed Photos Master crafter, Bre Pettis, shows host Ziya Tong how to hack the sluggish, 35mm camera into high-speed strobe. X-Prize The X Prize Foundation is attracting everyone from multimillion-dollar corporations to small-time inventors and creating a new world of revolution through competition. Peter Diamandis: Space Entrepreneur Leader in space travel, innovative entrepreneur and founder of the world-renowned X-Prize competition, Peter Diamandis joins host Adam Rogers to discuss how he's predicting the future by creating it. Peak Water We travel to the American southwest to see what the driest communities in the country are doing to keep the water flowing in the ever-burgeoning desert populations.
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