Science in Action
Science in Action: Mind Reading Robotics05/22/15
A quadriplegic man moves a robotic arm by thinking about beer
SciA: Mind-reading robotic arms; Designs inspired by...
A quadriplegic man moves a robotic arm by thinking; How the latest designs inspired by nature could improve solar panels and make plane wings more flexible; Scientists have been monitoring ice levels in Antarctica amid concerns that if it melts, sea...
SciA: Seasonality of disease; Cyber-archaeology;...
Inflammatory response gene expression changes with the seasons; Digitally recreating destroyed Mosul Museum artefacts; Computers that take over the wheel when truck drivers are tired; Digitally zooming in on the tree of life
SciA: The power of Nepalese earthquake; Crime solving...
The destructive power of the Nepalese earthquake; How insects are helping to solve murders and reveal human history; Exploring the acoustics of underwater icy environments; Why stones might be the next in line to gain a protected regional status
SciA: Nepal earthquake; Light pollution and marine...
How science can help the rescue efforts after the Nepal earthquake; Artificial light is impacting marine ecosystems; Flooding in the Amazon; Bees being used to deter elephants
SciA: Bees; Moore's Law; Dogs
Bees have been shown to prefer some harmful neonicotinoid pesticides in their diet; Roland Pease looks far into the future to see if Moore's Law can be beaten with the likes of DNA computers, neural networks and quantum computing; Has selective...
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