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Tiny robots self-assemble with a single command.
Companies are turning to crowdsourcing middlemen to make “good” crowds.
They may help efforts to bring the Fukushima plant under control, but are generally expensive and problematic.
The company halted its work on Wave, but aspects of its radical approach to communication have been reincarnated for business collaboration.
The Q Sensor could help you manage stress by showing when you are under pressure.
The long-term value of an innovation often doesn’t become apparent until it has gone through many product cycles—including buggy versions that annoy early adopters.
Companies are turning to high-end communication systems to reduce their carbon footprints and travel expenses.
In this video, researchers use a computer program control the position of magnetic pill inside a rat’s intestine.
Technique could enable pinpointed delivery of drugs.