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The Yale Aerial Manipulator uses a flexible robotic hand to successfully grasp a range of objects while hovering.
Kati London, named to the 2010 TR35, explains how she designs games that incorporate real-world data to educate players at Area/Code’s offices in New York.
Aaron Dollar, a 2010 TR35 member, demonstrates in his lab at Yale University how he makes inexpensive and flexible plastic hands that robots can use to grasp a wide range of objects.
Using a new molecule-flattening technique, researchers at Harvard can track small objects, such as these DNA molecules, under a fluorescence microscope.
Cheap technique could let scientists study proteins thought to trigger diseases.