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A tiny gripper that responds to chemical triggers could be a new tool for surgery.
This video shows how researchers at Oregon Health & Science University created a fertile egg through a process they call spindle-chromosomal complex transfer, which allowed for the complete replacement of mitochondrial DNA.
A new technology could generate electricity from waves.
In its first flight, Robert Wood’s robotic fly mimics the wing motion of real insects to successfully take off. The tiny, flexible robotic parts are created with a novel fabrication technique.
Instructables CEO Eric Wilhelm discusses the philosophy behind the website, which allows people to describe their do-it-yourself projects step by step.
JB Straubel shows off the Roadster, Tesla Motors’ high-performance electric sports car, and discusses the future of electric vehicles.
Surgical resident and bioengineer Bilal Shafi talks about heart failure and demonstrates how his new technology prevents it.
Kostya Novoselov, a fellow at the University of Manchester, demonstrates his low-tech technique for making graphene in the lab.