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Robotocists in Bremen, Germany have developed an ape-like robot capable of standing upright thanks to its flexible spine. Called "Charlie", the robot is a technological test-bed for machines that may one day help humans both on earth and in space. Rob Muir has more.
Reuters - News Video Online (Apr. 14, 2015) A go-pro camera captures the moment a chimpanzee uses a stick to destroy a drone flying around an ape enclosure in a Netherlands zoo. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Deutsche Welle (Mar. 4, 2013) 95 percent of the population in Uganda has no electric power in their homes and relies on paraffin lamps for lighting. But not only is kerosene expensive, it's also a serious pollutant. Set up in ... watch video
NASA (Feb. 14, 2014) Hi my name is Matt Heverly.
I'm a rover driver and this is your Curiosity Rover Report.
The rover recently drove over a sand dune we called 'Dingo Gap.'
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TheStreet (Mar. 11, 2014) SXSW saw its fair share of Bitcoin companies trying to win over fans, but they all seem to gloss over any security concerns. Each company explained the lengths it went to in order to keep their ... watch video
TheStreet (May 2, 2014) A day after Exxon posted a drop in quarterly production, Chevron is doing likewise. The oil producer, second-largest in the U.S., earned profits 27% less than a year earlier as the company suffered ... watch video
Reuters - Business Video Online (Sep. 8, 2014) Ryanair announces an order for up to 200 of Boeing's new 737 MAX aircraft, in a deal that could be worth over 22 billion dollars. As Ivor Bennett reports, the order puts Boeing in the driving seat ... watch video
FORA.tv (Oct. 4, 2013) The Physics Behind Oracle's America's Cup Victory
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Why go fast? Compared to moving slowly, the advantages seem obvious: find food first, forage more ... watch video
Business Wire (Oct. 16, 2013) Thin Film Electronics ASA (Thinfilm) (OSE: THIN.OL) announced today that it has successfully demonstrated its first fully functional, stand-alone Smart Sensor Label. The temperature-tracking label, ... watch video
May 21, 2015 Scientists for the first time have precisely measured a protein's natural "knee-jerk" reaction to the breaking of a chemical bond -- a quaking motion that propagated through ... read more
May 21, 2015 A new chemical technology uses cancer cells' own protein-degrading machinery to destroy, rather than merely inhibit, cancer proteins. Researchers developed the strategy as a ... read more
May 21, 2015 Extremely small batteries built inside nanopores show that properly scaled structures can use the full theoretical capacity of the charge storage material. The batteries are ... read more
May 21, 2015 Where do electronics go when they die? Most devices are laid to eternal rest in landfills. But what if they just dissolved away, or broke down to their molecular components ... read more
Nov. 4, 2013 Using an in-orbit robot to capturing a malfunctioning satellite that is tumbling out of control is currently just a theoretical idea. However, research inspired by nature could take us a small step ... read more
July 25, 2013 A new study has found that a 9- to 7-million-year-old ape from Italy did not, in fact, walk habitually on two legs. The findings refute a long body of evidence, suggesting that Oreopithecus had the ... read more