It's Not Magic: Watch How Parts Assemble Themselves

June 3 (Bloomberg) –- What if a table or a bridge could build itself? Researchers at the self-assembly lab at MIT, in collaboration with Stratasys and Autodesk, are working on ways to have objects put themselves together. Skylar Tibbits shows Bloomberg what a self-assembling future could look like. (Source: Bloomberg)
M&A Cooks Valuation Volatility Into Packaged Food
05:02 - The packaged food industry, looked upon as a steady safe-haven for investors, is seeing increased volatility as M&A activity in the industry boosts valuations. Bloomberg's Michael Halen reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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