Entries for 'Denrie Caila Perez'

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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Researchers Develop Wireless Sensor Implant to Monitor Aneurysms
This wireless sensor can be implanted in the blood vessels of the human brain.
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Researchers Predict Machine Sounds Could Potentially Pose a Threat to Biosecurity
New technology can successfully read sound patterns of a DNA synthesizing machine, raising questions...
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PeroxyChem Receives the Go Signal from Memphis to Build Wastewater Disinfection System
Chemical manufacturer and supplier PeroxyChem obtained confirmation from the City of Memphis to cons...
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New AI Computer Visual System Is Capable of Human-Like Identification
Researchers from UCLA and Stanford have demonstrated a new computer system that can successfully vis...
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Asia’s First Fully Solar-Powered Quadcopter Drone
A team of students from NUS Engineering has successfully developed a quadcopter drone that is comple...
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Bird Herding Drones Can Now Prevent Aviation Disasters
Engineers from Caltech have recently developed an algorithm that allows drones to autonomously herd ...
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Graphene-based Solid Lubricant as a Replacement for Oil
Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Argonne National Laboratory have recently r...
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New AI Program Reproduces the Periodic Table in Just a Few Hours
Stanford University scientists use AI to arrange the periodic table.
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A Future with Motorless Robots: New Actuating Material Allows Robots to Move When Exposed to Light
University of Hong Kong engineers have developed an actuating material that reacts when exposed to v...
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The Future of Sports: A New Wearable Designed to Measure Human Movement
Researchers and engineers from the University of Wisconsin–Madison have designed a wearable device t...
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This Deep-Learning AI Can Code Just Like a Programmer
A team of computer scientists has developed a new AI that can predict software solutions for program...
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NASA Returns to Mars with New InSight Lander
NASA is set to launch their new space probe on May 5 that will explore the deep interior of Mars.
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Biomimicry-Inspired Surface Can Harvest Water from the Air
A team of researchers has designed a microengineered, slippery, rough surface inspired by plants tha...
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