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Macaws Fly Over Rainforest Canopy

Macaws Fly Over Rainforest Canopy
Macaws flying over the rainforest canopy at dawn. The study found that bird lineages that inhabit the forest canopy, such as these macaws, accumulate fewer species over evolutionary time than do bird ...

Contact: Alison Satake
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225-578-3870
Louisiana State University

The Baxter Robot Hands off a Cable to a Human

The Baxter Robot Hands off a Cable to a Human
A sample experimental setup for human-robot object handoffs. Each experiment tested 30 randomly ordered handoffs, of which 10 each were generated using the constant, relative and personal schemes. The...

Contact: Aaron Dubrow
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National Science Foundation

Soft Inflatable Robot Arm from Carnegie Mellon

Soft Inflatable Robot Arm from Carnegie Mellon
The inflatable arm has no rigid components in its structure and derives strength from pressurized air. The arm is actuated using,cables, motors and pneumatics.

Contact: Aaron Dubrow
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National Science Foundation

Diagram Showing Fundamental Research that Enables Intelligent Co-Robot and Human-Robot Interaction

Diagram Showing Fundamental Research that Enables Intelligent Co-Robot and Human-Robot Interaction
The breadth of fundamental robotics research to be pursued is illustrated in this figure showing the technology space of the National Robotics Initiative. Topics range from cognition and knowledge ...

Contact: Aaron Dubrow
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National Science Foundation

Ultrasound Technique Penetrates Bone, Metal

Ultrasound Technique Penetrates Bone, Metal
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a technique that allows ultrasound to penetrate bone or metal, using customized structures that offset the distortion usually caused by ...

Contact: Matt Shipman
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North Carolina State University

Laser from a Plane Discovers Roman Goldmines in Spain

Laser from a Plane Discovers Roman Goldmines in Spain
These are ancient goldmines in the Eria river valley, with channels and reservoirs for exploitation. The model generated with LiDAR data (left) allows these structures to be located on aerial photos (...

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FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology

Hexagonal Boron Nitride Nanoantennas

Hexagonal Boron Nitride Nanoantennas
Periodic arrays of cone-shaped hexagonal boron nitride nanoantennas, depicted magnified image above, were used to confine hyperbolic polaritons in all three dimensions. This enabled the researchers to...

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Naval Research Laboratory

Versatile Bonding for Lightweight Components

Versatile Bonding for Lightweight Components
The variable elasticity offered by dual-cure adhesives provides significantly longer-lasting adhesive bonds.

Contact: Jan Spengler
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Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft

Health Screening for Industrial Machines

Health Screening for Industrial Machines
Trained workers at Gorenje install sensors in the tool components of a press used to produce parts for household appliances.

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Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft

Strucuture of Complete Flu Polymerase

Strucuture of Complete Flu Polymerase
The complete structure allows researchers to understand how the polymerase uses host cell RNA (red) to kick-start the production of viral messenger RNA.

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European Molecular Biology Laboratory

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