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Stanford engineers made a tiny LED display that stretches like a rubber band
The light in the display may be ephemeral, but the idea behind the proof-of-concept screen could be here to stay.
Engineers created a robotic hand with a gecko-like grip
Watch this robotic hand grab hold of an egg, fruits, a large plastic container, and a jug of orange juice.
This bird-legged quadcopter can easily perch in the treetops
The new design could open up the possibility for more adaptable landing gear.
Stanford researchers may have found the key to better VR headsets in solar panels
The new screens could have a resolution of roughly 10,000 pixels per inch.
Tiny Fabric-Clinging Robots Are A Fashion Statement
The statement is "I am comfortable with robots crawling on me."
Using Virtual Reality to Avoid Catastrophe
Simulating worst-case scenarios to bring out the best in us
Necktie-Wearing Robot Learns Sidewalk Etiquette
Big bot on campus
Inside The X-Ray Laser That Can Recreate A Star’s Core
Two miles of lasing fun
The World’s Brightest X-Ray Laser Is Getting A Billion-Dollar Upgrade
To study the fabric of reality
Real-Life Tricorder Could Find Land Mines, Tumors
Star Trek IRL