Arctic & Antarctic
Astronomy & Space
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People & Society
Using technology, data and human behavior to drive change in cultivated regions
All-terrain microrobot flips through a live colon
Researcher works with resonant coil screen-printed on paper
What can a sponge teach us about engineering?
It's National Sloth Day. Meet SlotBot!
Mimicing locusts could improve collision avoidance
A stable 'blue whirl'
Natural phenomenon called a 'blue 'whirl'
'Blue whirl' with soot in the middle
Slightly unstable 'blue whirl' with soot in the middle
Researchers identify how blue whirls are structured
Origami crane sitting on foldable structure
3D rendering of genetically targeted chemical assembly of functional materials
4 Awesome Discoveries You Probably Didn’t Hear About -- Episode 42
Optical image of a mosquito
Artificial intelligence may help predict earthquakes and volcanoes
NHERI Wall of Wind (WOW!)
Inspired by nature's inventions of claws and scales, this new tech could be a real "shoe-in"
You're going to live in a quantum future
Making a smartwatch smarter
The Quantum Future: A Conversation with Experts on Quantum Technologies
Torque-controlled quadruped robot Solo 8
The new interdisciplinary field of Human Building Interaction
Developing robots to collect scientific data
Limestone shell produced by coccolithophore Syracosphaera Anthos
Spiky nanoparticle made from curved gold-cysteine nanosheets
Origami and kirigami inspire new technologies. Oh My Gami!
Wrap, Trap and Zap