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A Bipedal Robot Gets Its Swagger On
MARLO takes a stroll across the Wave Field for the first time
This Bipedal Robot Walks Calmly Over Uneven Ground
Several small steps for machines
Dynamic Touchscreen Could Display In Braille
The future, at everyone's fingertips
Michigan Researchers Create Virtual Reality ‘Matrix’ With Unreal Engine
Infinite space in a 10-foot x 10-foot room
Good News For Flexible Electronics: Scientists Invent A Stretchy Gold Conductor
A new nanoparticle material conducts electricity even when stretched to twice its original length.
Nanoresonators Form Super-High-Resolution Display, With Pixels Eight Times Finer Than iPhone’s
Nano-thin sheets of metal can be used to build a tiny high-definition display, according to University of Michigan researchers. They...
Tiny Mini-Generators Scavenge Energy From Ambient, Random Vibrations
Finding large-scale sources of kinetic energy to turn turbines isn’t easy. But while there are only so many roaring rivers...
Nanoribbons Moved by Light: Could Propel Cell-Sized Submarines, Create Cloaking Devices, New Microchips
The ability of matter to move light underpins such common phenomena as transparency, refraction, and reflection. But light moving matter?...
Sex Sells, But at What Price?
Scientists find the sex-for-resources trade so well documented in other animals is no less prevalent amongst our species
Laser Beam May Have Set Intensity Record
A laser developed for radiation treatment, is also strong enough to break a record