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Cheetahs and Pumas Strike a Balance to Hunt (16 of 18)

Cheetahs and Pumas Strike a Balance to Hunt (16 of 18)
Test with a puma pouncing on an elk leg at normal speed and slow motion demonstrates the power of these cats. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Oct. 3, 2014 issue of Science...

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Cheetahs and Pumas Strike a Balance to Hunt (15 of 18)

Cheetahs and Pumas Strike a Balance to Hunt (15 of 18)
Video showing training and gait recording for pumas on treadmills. Inexperienced pumas 'skateboarded,' using 2 feet on the treadmill, and eventually learned to run with ease at different speeds. This ...

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Male Chimpanzee Looking at Female Using Ant-Dipping Tool

Male Chimpanzee Looking at Female Using Ant-Dipping Tool
This video shows a male chimpanzee looking on at a female who is using an ant-dipping tool (Kalinzu Forest, Uganda).

Contact: Fred Lewsey
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University of Cambridge

Chimpanzee Has Constructed Tool to Investigate a Camera

Chimpanzee Has Constructed Tool to Investigate a Camera
This video shows a chimpanzee who has constructed a tool with which to investigate a camera (Nimba mountains, Guinea).

Contact: Fred Lewsey
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University of Cambridge

Study: New Device Can Slow, Reverse Heart Failure

Study: New Device Can Slow, Reverse Heart Failure
Doctors are encouraged by potential breakthrough therapy for heart failure. Dr. William Abraham listens to the heart of Richard Jacob at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Jacob was the...

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Migrating Cell (Video)

Migrating Cell (Video)
The cell stimulated with the growth factor PDGF (upper cell) migrates targeted in only one direction on its track, while the not stimulated cell (lower cell) changes its direction of movement ...

Contact: Reto Caluori
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41-612-672-495
University of Basel

Research on Sidewinder Snakes

Research on Sidewinder Snakes
This video explains research done to understand the motion used by sidewinder snakes to climb sandy slopes and to apply that motion to a snake-like robot. Researchers from Georgia Tech, Carnegie-...

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Georgia Institute of Technology

Validating Stem Cell Lineage

Validating Stem Cell Lineage
A software program developed by engineers at Drexel University, called Lineage Editing and Validation (LEVER), allows biologists to tag and track cell proliferation to validate lineage trees.

Contact: Britt Faulstick
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Drexel University

Video of the Simulation

Video of the Simulation
The video compares the two sliding states of the C60 flake attached to the tip of the microscope: a) commensurate state at low temperature where the C60 do not rotate and the system shows stick-slip (...

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International School of Advanced Studies (SISSA)

NOAA's GOES-West Sees Birth of Tropical Storm Simon

NOAA's GOES-West Sees Birth of Tropical Storm Simon
Mexico's western coast is again dealing with rain, wind and rough surf from another tropical storm. NOAA's GOES-West satellite saw the formation of Tropical Storm Simon on Oct. 2. A NASA animation of ...

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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

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