A living organism uses quantum effects to optimize photosynthesis.
Chore-busting bots don't have to be humanoid. Continue reading →
A set of sticky handheld paddles could help soldiers climb up walls.
An emerging field known as neurobiological robotics is looking for unique human abilities that can be replicated in robots to make them work better.
Such a tiny device could be used for everything from assembling nanoscale products to delivering drugs inside a person's bloodstream. Continue reading →
The Raptor robot stands out for its simplicity, showing that it's possible to achieve significant speeds with an uncomplicated design.
Material inspired by fly eyes could be used on windows and mirrors and even protect electrical networks from shorting out or freezing.
The remote-controlled OutRunner robot mimics animal locomotion. Continue reading →
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