Robotic bugs may someday help in search and rescue.
Marcus Woo, Contributor
Skipping regular season games may have little effect on playoff performance and injury prevention.
By wearing different self-folding exoskeletons, a robot can move, roll, float and glide.
Gut microbes compete with their host for a nutrient called choline.
Dilution may make flavors more readily available to be savored.
A new model assesses the likelihood of a driverless car crash.
A one-legged stance doesn't need much effort.
A pressure sensor printed directly on a hand is a step toward new biomedical devices, "on the fly" wearable technology, and more.
Findings could lead to a future drug that mimics the health benefits of exercise.
A new study with potato chips suggests we all perceive scents differently, but culture tells us to agree when naming them.
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