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    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.

  • How-To Hits the Web

    Instructables CEO Eric Wilhelm discusses the philosophy behind the website, which allows people to describe their do-it-yourself projects step by step.

  • Electric Avenue

    JB Straubel shows off the Roadster, Tesla Motors’ high-performance electric sports car, and discusses the future of electric vehicles.

  • Protecting the Heart

    Surgical resident and bioengineer Bilal Shafi talks about heart failure and demonstrates how his new technology prevents it.

  • Making Graphene

    Kostya Novoselov, a fellow at the University of Manchester, demonstrates his low-tech technique for making graphene in the lab.

  • Shared Searching

    This brief demo highlights the features of SearchTogether that allow groups of people to more effectively share the work and the results of online information hunts.

  • Projector Tracking

    In work that built on his doctoral dissertation, Johnny Lee, along with colleagues at Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, prototyped a projector system that could keep an image framed on a moving handheld screen.

  • Wii-mote for Whiteboards

    Johnny Lee demonstrates how to build a low-cost digital whiteboard using the Nintendo Wii remote and an infrared-light emitter.

  • Simple Stem Cells

    Konrad Hochedlinger describes the benefits of induced pluripotent stem cells and explains how he has improved their production.

  • Improving Imaging

    Nicholas Fang explains how superlenses can enable scientists to use standard microscopes to view individual molecules inside living cells.

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