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Tattoos of the Useful Kind

Imagine if, instead of being hooked up to machines to monitor your brainwaves, heart, etc., instead your doctor gave you a tiny patch that could take those readings wherever you were and wirelessly send them back to the doctor’s office? … Continue reading

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iMobots, transform and roll out!

Graham Ryland and Harry Cheng from UC-Davis have developed an amazingly agile little modular robot that can assemble and move in clusters. A single iMobot module has four controllable degrees of freedom, with two joints in the center section and two wheels, one … Continue reading

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