A look back at some of the best video captured in July, including security camera footage of deadly train derailments in Spain and Quebec, the Asiana crash landing in San Francisco and a man doing aerobatics alongside an airplane. Rough Cut (no reporter narration/part no audio). Produced by Natalie Armstrong.
For the first time scientists have printed human embryonic stem cells using a 3D printer
The Heriot-Watt University team’s research could eventually lead to human organs being printed on demand and an end to animal drug testing. Jim Drury reports.
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s COO, discusses what CEO Mark Zuckerberg told her during her review. Despite being much younger, Zuckerberg delivered what she considers wise advice.
Hundreds of tanker trucks and railroad cars snake for miles through the vast landscape of North Dakota now. For his video diary, Reuters correspondent Ernest Scheyder drove into the Bakken Oil Express, a sprawling project at the heart of the state’s booming oil economy.
The brilliant phone idea Samsung & Apple didn’t dream up
The smartphone market may be massive, but most handsets basically look identical. That’s because the big boys are scared of taking risks, says the man behind Russia’s innovative YotaPhone.
Rebels claim to shoot down Syrian helicopter near Aleppo
Video posted to opposition social media websites Monday purports to show Syrian rebels downing a government forces helicopter at the airport near Aleppo, as shelling continues near Damascus. Mana Rabiee reports.
Cronin: North Korea test a blow to China
Patrick Cronin, senior director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, says North Korea’s nuclear test puts serious strain on an already complicated, but critical, relationship between Pyongyang and Beijing. (February 12, 2013)