The Hope To Slow Down Aging. I know, the title sounds like bad advertising copy for an expensive face cream or the Introduction to a very scary science fiction movie. Slowing down aging is the quest for anyone over the age of twenty five. Right?

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The Ultimate Home DIY Project. Maybe you fancy yourself as a home inventor or do-it-yourselfer. Every home inventor dreams of making their own robot right? I will bet you don’t have one of these at home.

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Non-toxic, edible batteries could one day power ingestible medical devices for diagnosing and treating disease. One team reports new progress toward that goal with their batteries made with melanin pigments, naturally found in the skin, hair and eyes.

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A retrofit for the Trinity Supercomputer. A moment of inspiration during a wiring diagram review has saved more than $2 million in material and labor costs for the Trinity supercomputer at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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Brain-Machine Interface Technology Is Here. When technologies come together to create a solution to a horrific problem it is a beautiful thing. This is the case for the fields of biomedical, robotic and computing science that have come together to help the parapalegic community.

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Now the field of 3D Bioengineering. Additive manufacturing or 3D printing as it is more commonly known holds promise for industrials ranging from automotive and aerospace to biomedical. Research furthering the technology and feedstocks for the printers is happening at the university and government laboratory level all over the world.

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University of California San Diego Researchers And Biomimicry. Migratory birds often use warm, rising atmospheric currents to gain height with little energy expenditure when flying over long distances.It’s a behavior known as thermal soaring that requires complex decision-making within the turbulent environment of a rising column of warm air from the sun baked surface of […]

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New Research Into Shape Shifting Allows. Materials that remember their shapes and be forced to return their original shape by applying some sort of stimulus such as electric current or light frequency could open up a completely new area for consumer devices such as smart phones that unroll and roll back up like the newspapers […]

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Research Leading to Better Robot Design. The name centipede, which means “100 legs,” can be somewhat misleading: centipedes may have anywhere from 15 to 177 pairs of legs. This number of legs working in the right way, can propel the creature very quickly.

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What is a Biohybrid Robot ? What happens when you combine two of the hottest technologies emerging today, namely robotics and 3D printing? From the mind’s at Case Western Reserve University you something amazing!

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