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The Best Technology GIFs of 2015

We collected the most mesmerizing short clips about emerging technology from MIT Technology Review stories during 2015.

The first 3-D printer able to squirt molten glass through a nozzle (read more)

A device keeps hearts alive and beating outside the body (read more)

VR headset lets man inhabit teddy bear (read more)

Single human cells captured in bubbles for genomic analysis (read more)

A bricklaying robot works three times as fast as a human (read more)

Scary humanoid robots that just fall over (read more)

The Falcon 9 rocket lands on its launchpad (read more)

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