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Check Out These Creepy Crawling Insect Robots from Japan

The University of Tokyo's Parametric Move Conference pushes the limits of the ways robots get around.
Kaleigh Rogers
a day ago
invisibility
invisibility

Scientists Made a Working Invisibility Cloak (But There's a Catch)

Researchers from Pennsylvania State University have created a device that uses “acoustic cloaking” technology.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.10.18
presented by toyota
presented by toyota

Additive Manufacturing Is Transforming How Engineers Are Approaching Design

Uncovering geometric shapes and patterns that once seemed implausible, this new technology will radically change the look and feel of our vehicles.
Theo Gibson
4.3.18
Moveable
Moveable

Will Exoskeletons Give Us Superpowers?

All the strength of a body builder, with none of the body oil. We test out the latest bionic enhancements in the first episode of FLUX.
Theo Gibson
1.18.18
happy holidays
happy holidays

Watch This Humanoid Robot Doing Pushups and Crunches and Reckon with Your Own Mortality

Researchers say the robots will help with the development of prostheses.
Kaleigh Rogers
12.20.17
Outer Limits
Outer Limits

Undraining the Swamp

Florida is trying to undo decades of damage to the Everglades.
Ankita Rao
11.4.17
Soft Robotics
Soft Robotics

This Shape-Shifting Material Mimics Octopus Skin

I'm waiting for my octopus suit.
Jacob Dubé
10.12.17
clean room
clean room

I Saw the Future in Columbia’s Nanotechnology Clean Room

I entered a fragile world of UV-sensitive research, nylon clean suits, and beard covers.
Caroline Haskins
9.19.17
programming
programming

Coders In Wealthy and Developing Countries Lean on Different Programming Languages

But does it matter?
Michael Byrne
8.30.17
gnarly!
gnarly!

I Surfed a Perfect Man-Made Wave in the Heart of Texas

A decades-long swell of wave-generating technologies is finally catching a break.
Campbell Watson
7.21.17
and hot dogs
and hot dogs

Watch This Giant Super Soaker Cut a Watermelon in Half

It's seven-feet long and can smash glass.
Kaleigh Rogers
7.11.17
Simulations
Simulations

Computational Models Suggest Heroism Is Suboptimal for Saving Lives in an Emergency

Maybe George Costanza was right.
Michael Byrne
6.25.17