These 3D-printed soft robots can bounce without breaking.
Scientists from Harvard discover a way to feed 100 bytes of data into the genetic code of bacteria.
Say 'bye-bye' to your blinds.
This new 'wonder material' invented by scientists ar Harvard University can change shape and fold flat to withstand the weight of an elephant without breaking.
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By leveraging a special hydrogel composite ink, scientists are able to create objects that morph precisely based on mathematical calculations
Scientists were able to study brain growth using a 3D gel model in order to see how the human brain gets its folds.
Scientists improved upon 3D printing technology by adding another dimension, time. By modeling the natural behavior of plants, they have created objects that can shift their shape.
Harvard University and IARPA are working together to study how AI can work as efficiently and effectively as the human brain.
RoboBee shows how nature inspired technology to create what could be the world's smallest drone.
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