MIT engineers have created a special seed coating that supplies essential nutrients to the germinating plant and helps it grow in barren areas.
Stroke survivors could soon attend physical and occupational therapy sessions via a virtual reality clinic, researchers say.
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They have adapted their anatomy and flight physiology to solve the “complex multifactorial problem” of trying to fly and flirt at the same time, Mittal says.
They are small quadrupedal robots that can run, walk, jump, turn, and backflip. The robots weigh about 20 pounds and researchers claim they are "virtually indestructible".
Only seven of the 45 energy technologies and sectors are on target to meet commitments enshrined in the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
The juggling act between making a profit and tackling societal problems is taking its toll on business leaders' mental health.
As the first microrobot powered by soft actuators to achieve controlled flight, it can crash into walls, fall onto the floor, and collide with other RoboBees without being damaged.
Keeping the lights on while tackling CO2 emissions requires a concerted effort and a combination of tactics – and schemes such as these are leading the way.
The 10-minute game, called The Lost Foxfire, engages the player's senses of vision, hearing, smell, touch, and ability to feel heat.
The five biggest emitters would contribute around 25% of this projected rise, the study says, with China accounting for 10cm by 2300, followed by the US with 7cm, the 28 member countries ...