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NASA researchers learning from gecko grippers, helping inspire new R&D

Thanks, geckos!

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Cardiac microchip able to offer patients warning to heart problems

New microchip has some unique features.

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Woman receives most 'technologically advanced prosthetic' hand

Lady receives i-limb quantum, an extremely sophisticated bionic hand.

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AMD and Dell Support Bioinformatics Studies at University of Warsaw in Poland

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Toshiba testing its 'scorpion' robot inside Fukushima nuclear reactor

Toshiba will take its scorpion robot to Fukushima.

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Another researcher shares concerns with artificial intelligence

The killer robots are coming!

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Creating video games to help gamers actually lose weight?

Video games to help people... lose weight?!

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UC Berkeley developing robot cockroach able to navigate itself

US Army helping fund UC Berkeley research team developing robotic cockroach.

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Look out for the mice able to sniff out bombs and narcotics

Researchers in China develop mice capable of sniffing out drugs and bombs.

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NASA wants to find out if Jupiter's moon of Europa supports life

NASA wants to go to Europa.

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North Korea has found the cure for AIDS, Ebola and SARS with one drug

Kim Jong-Un and North Korea are at it again!

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Researchers teaching robots to play a role in even more industries

Robots in a food processing facility? Of course!

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Using virtual reality to help medical patients walk again

The use of virtual reality has great benefits in the medical world.

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We must be ready to regulate possibly lethal autonomous robots

We must be ready to handle killer robots.

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1 in 5 experts feel artificial intelligence could pose a threat

It looks like 1 in 5 experts feel AI could pose a threat.

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Telemarketers and refs, lookout... robots coming for your jobs

Some workers face risk of job loss more so than others... but is the threat realistic?

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Study: One-third of children use a touchscreen by age one

Researchers from Philadelphia find one-third of babies first interact with a touchscreen by age one.

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'Space Spider' 3D scanner could be used on space station

Artec 3D hopes its 'Space Spider' handheld 3D scanner could be used aboard the International Space Station.

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Researchers create 3D printed medical implant that changes shape

Researchers install 3D-printed medical device so children have an easier time breathing.

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Korean researchers create wearable thermoelectric generator tech

Researchers from South Korea develop breakthrough in wearable thermoelectric generator technology.

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Scientists: 75 percent of very hot days due to global warming

Don't like the super hot weather? It's because of humans, scientists say.

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NASA's Opportunity rover passes marathon mark while traveling on Mars

The Opportunity Mars rover finally surpassed 26.2 miles, and it only took... eleven years and two months.

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Israel expects unmanned vehicles, robots to play bigger military role

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) expects to see unmanned vehicles and robots have a more prominent role on the battlefield.

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Researchers show concern about robots possibly taking high-tech jobs

Robots aren't going to one day just take low-wage jobs, according to researchers.

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Smart implants making major impact in the medical world

Smart medical devices are helping change lives, as connected tech continues to evolve.

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Researchers making breakthrough in development of bionic eyes

There is great work being developed to promote bionic vision products, and the future holds great potential, researchers note.

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Don't worry, Microsoft doesn't think AI will kill us anytime soon

Artificial intelligence won't destroy mankind, Microsoft's research chief believes.

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Lithium-ion batteries look to kevlar for fire safety

Scientist use Kevlar to help prevent lithium-ion batteries catching fire or exploding.

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NASA says SpaceX, Boeing one step closer to launching astronauts

NASA says SpaceX and Boeing are even closer to launching US astronauts into space.

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Researchers developing wearable brain scanner able to measure activity

Researchers are developing a wearable PET scanner, able to record brain activity throughout the day.

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Europe, China team up for robotic space mission ready before 2021

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Chinese space program will launch a joint robotic space mission by 2021.

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Potential downside of smart tech: Humans in less control of our lives

As smart technology continues, some are worried that connected technologies could lead humans to be in less control of our lives.

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UCSF Medical Center using robots to help conduct hospital activities

The UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay makes use of robots to help ease workload on human employees.

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US Army Research Laboratory working on battery that doesn't corrode

The US Army Research Laboratory is working on a new battery that won't corrode.

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Elon Musk ponies up $10M to help prevent robots from slaughtering us

Tesla founder Elon Musk donates $10 million for artificial intelligence research, hoping robots don't kill us all one day.

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Duke University creates first contracting human muscle in research lab

Researchers from Duke University create the first contracting human muscle grown in laboratory.

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NASA drops robot into volcano to help study fissure

US space agency drops VolcanoBot 1 robot into volcano to help study fissure.

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Genetic code utilization for passwords is a real thing

Stuck for new password options? Here comes science to the rescue.

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VR technology enables virtual body swapping by psychologists

VR studies conducted by psychologists in London aim to alter misconceptions of the public.

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Stanford University will study effects of artificial intelligence

New research is underway at Stanford University, aimed at helping determine potential effects of using artificial intelligence.

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Japanese firm shows off GPS-guided robotic lawn mower for golf courses

Japanese company Mamiya-OP Co Ltd plans to release a GPS-guided robot able to cut lawns at golf courses.

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US Navy creating Silent Nemo robotic fish for surveillance, defense

The US Navy's Silent Nemo robotic fish has great potential to help defend Navy carrier fleets, and conduct a bit of surveillance along the way.

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Flying robots will help deliver your meals and drinks in Singapore

Flying robots will take restaurants in Singapore by storm starting next year!

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3D-printed body parts helping save the lives of medical patients

Surgeons hope 3D-printed hearts will give them a better strategy when operating on young children.

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China develops anti-drone laser able to shoot down small drones

Researchers in China create new anti-drone laser able to destroy small drone aircraft.

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Researchers create solar battery able to run powered by light and air

Researchers from Ohio State University have created a solar battery that stores its own power.

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Detailed Moon analysis determines it to be slightly lemon-shaped

Scientific study finds that the Moon is slightly lemon-shaped, shedding light on how it formed.

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Scientists discover origin of 18th century wood ship under WTC

Scientists find origin of 18th century wooden ship discovered under the World Trade Center towers using rings in the lumber.

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Scientists measure record waves in Arctic Ocean that may break up ice

Scientists studying part of the Arctic Ocean near Alaska measure record setting waves that may break up sea ice.

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NASA Opportunity rover sets record for longest off-Earth driving

NASA Opportunity rover has set a record for the longest distance driven on another world.

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