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Now, 3D printed objects which dramatically change shape

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology in the US fabricated the struts from shape memory polymers that unfold when heated. DNA, 4 days ago

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New swarm of robots can fly without bumping into each other

The five swarm robotic quadcopters, created by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the US, zip back and forth in formation, then change their behaviours based on user commands.
 DNA1 month ago New AI robot can create its own music  Business Standard5 days ago

Most popular selfies are about looks: study

More than half of the selfies clicked are about appearance of people, highlighting their make-up, clothes and lips, according to a study that analysed 2.5 million pictures on popular photo-sharing website Instagram. Researchers from Georgia Institute of ...
 Business Standard12 hours ago

'Smoke from wildfires may be worse for climate than thought'

Wildfire smoke harm the climate and atmosphere much more than previously estimated, a new study based on data collected by a NASA aircraft warns. Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology in the US found that carbon particles released into the air from ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Bees are good at grooming - it's all in the hair

Honeybees are pretty good at what they do, gathering as much as 30% of their body weight in protein-rich pollen to bring back to the hive per foraging trip. But it gets awfully messy. When bees prowl around a flower, perhaps drinking nectar for immediate ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Physics of poo: Why it takes you and an elephant the same amount of time

The ancient Chinese practiced copromancy , the diagnosis of health based on the shape, size and texture of feces. So did the Egyptians, the Greeks and nearly every ancient culture . Even today, your doctor may ask when you last had a bowel movement and to ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Oxygen level in world's oceans dipping since 1980s: study

Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology in the US looked at a historic dataset of ocean information stretching back more than 50 years and searched for long term trends and patterns.
 DNA1 month ago

Alarming decrease in oceans' dissolved oxygen level

Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology looked at a historic dataset of ocean information stretching back more than 50 years and searched for long term trends and patterns.
 DNA1 month ago

Ultralight paper device can be charged with body movements

Inspired by the Chinese and Japanese arts of paper-cutting, scientists have developed a light-weight, paper-based device that can harvest energy from body movements to power sensors and watches. Despite the many advances in portable electronic devices, one ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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