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a zebrafish Stock market models help NYU researchers predict animal behavior
Released November 12, 2014
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a sidewinder snake Snakes and snake-like robots show how sidewinders conquer sandy slopes
Released October 9, 2014
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a thin polymer rod Untangling how cables coil
Released October 3, 2014
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discrete elastic rods, used for hair simulation How things coil
Released September 29, 2014
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Manoj Srinivasan A step in the right direction to avoid falls
Released September 24, 2014
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Benjamin Yellen Microchip-like technology allows single-cell analysis
Released May 14, 2014
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a female specimen of a zebrafish Follow that fish!
Released May 13, 2014
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micron-sized droplets Artificial cells and salad dressing
Released February 18, 2014
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schools of fish Understanding collective animal behavior may be in the eye of the computer
Released January 16, 2014
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understanding of how humans walk One step at a time, researchers are learning how humans walk
Released January 16, 2014
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image of a robofish The secret's in the (robotic) stroke
Released October 30, 2013
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image of a robotic zebrafish Robots strike fear in the hearts of fish
Released July 31, 2013
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image of power lines Keeping Networks Under Control
Released June 27, 2013
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a hatchling loggerhead sea turtle Baby Sea Turtles and Flipper-driven Robot Reveal Principles of Moving on Sand
Released April 23, 2013
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math graphic Improved Synchronicity: Preventive Care for the Power Grid
Released March 4, 2013
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News thumbnail of robotfish Robotic Fish Research Swims Into New Ethorobotics Waters
Released November 20, 2012
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image of a man with a cell phone "Nanoresonators" Might Improve Cellphone Performance
Released August 30, 2012
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Benjamin Yellen Creating Nano-Structures from the Bottom Up
Released April 24, 2012
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a biomimetic fish What Makes a Robot Fish Attractive? (Hint: It's in the Moves)
Released March 1, 2012
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 tiny vibrating microcantilevers Innovation Promises Expanded Roles for Microsensors
Released February 7, 2012
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2-D nets for 3-D shapes Researchers Find Best Routes to Self-assembling 3-D Shapes
Released December 7, 2011
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image of three types of cells New Medical, Research Tool Possible by Probing Cell Mechanics
Released November 21, 2011
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Leigh McCue-Weil Career Award Winner Develops an App to Help Commercial Boats Stay Safe
Released September 15, 2011
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researchers with the autonomous aircraft Microbes Travel Through the Air; It Would Be Good to Know How and Where
Released September 9, 2011
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a chain of compressed spheres Caltech Engineers Develop One-way Transmission System for Sound Waves
Released July 26, 2011
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engineering graphic Cockroaches Offer Inspiration for Running Robots
Released December 28, 2009
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vacuum probe station Tiny 'MEMS' Devices to Filter, Amplify Electronic Signals
Released August 10, 2009
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