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Sperm cells are wobblier and wonkier than we ever imagined.
The technique could one day be used to sustainably create blood, particularly for patients with rare blood types.
Wall Street Journal The New York Times Check out some of the wordclouds the researchers have created below. CNN In the study
You wouldn't be able to move, so your muscles and bones would deteriorate. Your feet would become lacerated. You would go insane. That's precisely what happens to laying hens.
The shrewbot isn't the first example we've seen of robotics taking cues from nature. Robot technology has been inspired by
The way it works? According to the company, the polymer technology encourages water to form a layer around the gum allowing
Dr. George Nash of the University of Bristol discovered the carving in September of 2010 while with students and members