Tuesday, March 28, 2017

SCIENCE

SCIENCE

An experiment demonstrates that knowledge leads to creativity. by Rebecca J. RosenMay (courtesy ThaAtlantic) What would you draw if somebody told you to draw a neuron? According to a new study, your sketch will depend on...

courtesy Sciencedaily selected by Anthony S. for TiA. Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology (UNIST) has demonstrated that a live rabbit could wear contact lenses fitted with inorganic light-emitting diode with no side effects....

You get a degree, you get an academic job. Then what?   by Chris Lee  (courtesy arstechnica) The author playing with his cool lab toys. Chris Lee This story was originally published as a series of four articles....

photograph by Todd Tankersley Intuitive Surgical's da Vinci Surgical System by Justin Bachman Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), a maker of robotic instruments used in prostate operations, hysterectomies, and other surgeries, has successfully defended itself in the first of...

by RoboticsTrends(courtesy RoboticsTrends) More complex personal robots lay just out of reach, says ABI Research More Consumer and Education stories Swivl Lands $500K from Grishin Robotics - May 23, 2013 RobotsLAB BOX Makes a Difference in Cedar Hill Schools...

Robots could become a lot more 'sensitive' thanks to new artificial skins and sensor technologies developed by European scientists. Leading to better robotic platforms that could one day be used in industry, hospitals and...

I’m the first to admit that I’m snarky, sarcastic and goofy. But I’m also honestly optimistic about the future. Much of that is because I’ve seen some great stories come out of what was...

by Alix Brown (courtesy qz.com) The next cell wars may be against the government, not cancer.  Getty Images/Mario Tama A new McKinsey report names genomics—combining and synthesizing the structure of genes, from crops to cancer—as one...

In this first of three posts, we dislike the 2010 Aliens vs. Predator remake. by Lee Hutchinson (courtesy arstechnica) In this video, Senior Reviews Editor Lee Hutchinson tells us what works and what fails in the...

Tom Cruise may famously have taken the role of barman in the film Cocktail but now there could be an even more impressive mixologist in town. Makr Shakr will be serving cocktails to delegates at...

(courtesy Associated Press) May 6, 2013: Michael Gore, center, who is paralyzed from a spinal injury, walks with the use of the Indego wearable robot under the supervision of physical therapist Clare Hartigan during a...