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By using its head and tail as legs, this robot can stand up and walk around.
Shiny blue and green cells on the lips of the giant clam redirect photons from sunlight deep inside.
A drone captures a bird's-eye view of the tens of thousands of protesters that have come out into the streets of Hong Kong. Continue reading →
We're still a long way from donning real invisibility cloaks, but by working out a better way to bend light, scientists from the University of Rochester can make movable objects invisible to the viewer -- multi-directionally, and in three dimensions.
The Micropia museum in Amsterdam shines new light on the tiny creatures that make up two-thirds of all living matter.
The installations can bring big solar power to small countries. Continue reading →
A chair with a friendly face and a fetching hat wraps its long arms around the user in an affectionate embrace.
Nuclear power delivers about 19 percent of energy in the United States, and while it has many pluses, its waste and potential meltdown issues still make some people nervous. Julian explains how molten salt reactors might be the best nuclear option.
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