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Swarms of robots inspired by water-hopping insects could one day be used for surveillance, search-and-rescue missions and environmental monitoring, researchers say.
Swarms of robots inspired by water-hopping insects could one day be used for surveillance, search-and-rescue missions and environmental monitoring, researchers say.
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Google's Project Wing could be delivering products to your doorstep in a decade with the help of two-way cellular communication systems.
Google's Project Wing could be delivering products to your doorstep in a decade with the help of two-way cellular communication systems.
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Live Science's parent company, Purch, just launched a shopping app called Purchx that will allow users to comparison shop for fitness gadgets, baby gear, skin care and various other health and tech products.
Live Science's parent company, Purch, just launched a shopping app called Purchx that will allow users to comparison shop for fitness gadgets, baby gear, skin care and various other health and tech products.
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Want to make lightning bend like the super-villain Ivan Vanko in "Iron Man 2?" Lasers might be the way to do it. Turns out, laser beams can control the shape and direction of electrical discharges, physicists have found.
Want to make lightning bend like the super-villain Ivan Vanko in "Iron Man 2?" Lasers might be the way to do it. Turns out, laser beams can control the shape and direction of electrical discharges, physicists have found.
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See how #science is advancing the way we monitor the brain with injectable, ultraflexible tech. Could this one day be a way to stimulate the brain for those impacted by Parkinson's disease? More from Harvard University after the jump.
Electronics that can be used to monitor brain activity are getting more flexible.
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In case you missed how the robots will be planning to take over the world, see how the recent #Darpa challenge shook out. We would've started building robots earlier in life had we known about the prize money at stake ;).
A robotics team from South Korea took home the $2 million first-place prize in a competition this weekend to design robots that could aid humans in a natural or manmade disaster.
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A number of prominent scientists have signed on to a letter warning that autonomous weapons should be banned.
A number of prominent scientists have signed on to a letter warning that autonomous weapons should be banned.
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Blasting tiny, waferlike sailing spacecraft with powerful lasers could slash interstellar flight times from thousands of years to mere decades, one researcher says.
Blasting tiny, waferlike sailing spacecraft with powerful lasers could slash interstellar flight times from thousands of years to mere decades, one researcher says.
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There are apps that make cooking at home a breeze, with the ability to import recipes and organize your grocery list. Here are Live Science's picks for the best cooking apps.
There are apps that make cooking at home a breeze, with the ability to import recipes and organize your grocery list. Here are Live Science's picks for the best cooking apps.
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Electronic camouflage suits, how cool would that be? See the details below.
Just as squids and octopuses can change colors in a flash, even portraying dynamic skin patterns, electronic camouflage suits could become a reality. Researchers have just created artificial squid skin that can change from light to dark with electricity.
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Nuclear, solar, wind or even hydroelectric power, how will our energy go greener as the Clean Power Plan goes into effect in 2016? What is the Clean Power Plan and more below.
Four things to know about how the Clean Power Plan will change how you get electricity.
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I don't consider Nuclear to be "clean" or "green" At All; not sure why anyone would... #JustSaying
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Have we found the mystery to regeneration? Researchers at Tufts University investigate.
An artificial intelligence (AI) system has solved a puzzle that has eluded scientists for more than 100 years: how a tiny, freshwater flatworm regenerates its body parts.
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