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In a basement laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania, two robotocists have harnessed the sensing, swimming, and swarming abilities of bacteria to power microscopic robots.
Data distilled 80,000 individual dog profiles revealed that outside of the show ring, there’s a lot of behavioral variation within any given breed.
We can make split-second judgments about someone’s personality and character without even consciously seeing their face.
Tour the unique artifacts, including a yeti scalp and four-tusked elephant, collected by Explorers Club members during research expeditions over the last century.
Artist Helena Kauppila imagines and paints her vision of what it would be like stand on the surface of another planet and look up at the stars.
The key to the badminton’s speed is the unique aerodynamic shape of the birdie and the kinetic movements by players.
A team of fluid mechanics researchers at Princeton University dive into the anti-sloshing physics of foam.
Marcus Roper of UCLA explains how fungal networks function with remarkable efficiency and prevent microscopic traffic jams.
Join the Museum of Modern Art’s Senior Curator of Architecture and Design, Paola Antonelli, on an exclusive tour of the video games in their collection.
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