Entries for 'Denrie Caila Perez'

Soft Robotic Exosuit Helps Stroke Survivors Rehabilitate
A new soft ankle wearable can potentially combat hemiparesis in stroke survivors.
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GA-ASI and Conflux Technology Partner to Develop Heat Exchanger for Remote Aircraft
GA-ASI enlists Conflux for its additive manufacturing expertise for a new line of RPAS.
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New High-Speed Soft Robot Design Takes Inspiration from the Cheetah
A “bistabile” spine allows a LEAP soft robot to gallop instead of crawl.
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Cellulosic Nanocomposites Show Potential in Additive Manufacturing Applications
A study explores the use of NCC in electrospinning and 3D printing techniques.
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Planter Series Made of Ocean Plastic Waste
Bloem will be launching their recycled plastic planter Ocean Series this 2020.
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Magic Leap Offers Spatial Computing Technology to Businesses with New Enterprise Suite
The Magic Leap Enterprise Suite allows for easier virtual collaboration and creation.
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Electric Stimulation Can Potentially Combat Neurodegenerative Diseases
An implanted device delivering electric pulses presents a new non-intrusive treatment method.
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Teenager Creates COVID-19 Live Clock
A 17-year old programmer has created a website with COVID-19 case updates.
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Microsoft Continues Development of Autonomous System Focused on Visual Imaging Reasoning
Microsoft Research has been training robots to interpret visual data using virtual simulations.
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Tablet-Sized Heater Can Regulate Temperature of Diagnostic Samples
This pill-sized heater can eliminate the need for complex diagnostic equipment.
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Artificial Intelligence Program Creates Novel Antibiotic Compound
A machine-learning algorithm designed by MIT has produced a new antibiotic called halicin.
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This Study Explores the Health Risks of VR
Researchers observed muscle strain in the neck and shoulders caused by prolonged use of VR.
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This Intelligent Headphone System Could Potentially Minimize Pedestrian Deaths
Researchers have designed a headphone system capable of detecting hazards and relaying warning cues.
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New Study Details the Fundamental Physical Properties of Artificial Muscle Fibers
Researchers from Harvard studied the different levels of stretch in filaments.
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Researchers Build Tiny Flying Robots Designed to Withstand Collisions with Zero Damage
The RoboBee is a microrobot powered by soft actuators and is the first of its kind.
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Study Explores Using Swarm of Tiny Drones to Transform Search-and-Rescue Operations
A joint research team release the results of their project exploring swarm robotics.
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Study Details How Flying Insects Can Inspire Future Robotic Engineering
Researchers from Penn State look to nature to inspire advancements in robot technology.
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MIT Researchers Develop Electroadhesive Stamp For Microscopic Pick-and-Place Applications
This electroadhesive stamp can pick-and-place objects 20 nanometers wide.
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Researchers Develop Electronic Glove with Humanlike Features for Better Prosthetic Hand Experience
An e-glove developed with humanlike qualities can be worn over a prosthetic hand.
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Mealtime Favorite Mac and Cheese May Be the Next to Visit Mars
New packaging means better options for storing and transporting food for military and space travel.
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