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Gecko-inspired adhesive allows robots to access a wider range of objects

The agile gecko is one of nature's best climbers – and his secret lies in the adhesive pads on his feet. Now researchers have combined the adhesive properties of gecko toes with air-powered soft robotics to achieve unprecedented grip sensitivity. The Gecko grapple mounted a modified robotic arm at JPL, shown here as lifting 45 pounds (20 kg). Credit: JPL …

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Looking for a dinosaur? Two on sale in Paris

Paris: The skeletons of an Allosaurus and a Diplodocus are being auctioned this week in Paris and are being marketed as hip interior design objects – for those with sufficiently large living rooms. "The fossil market is no longer just for scientists," said Iacopo Briano of Binoche et Giquello, the auction house that brings the two dinosaurs on Wednesday under …

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Bozeman, Russia and the International Space Station – ABC FOX Montana Local News, Weather, Sports KTMF

BOZEMAN – Bozeman High School was invited by Astronomers Without Borders to pilot a new program that connects schools from around the world with the International Space Station. Bozeman was selected along with a school in Russia as a pilot program that could span the nation. Yesterday a live press conference took place between Bozeman and a school in Russia. …

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Brewing the earliest life on earth

About 4 billion years ago, Earth was an inhospitable place, with no oxygen, full of volcanic eruptions and bombarded by asteroids, with no sign of life in the simplest forms. But somewhere in this chaotic period, Earth's chemistry has favored life in favor of the planet's first organisms. What triggered this crucial turning point? How did living organisms clump together …

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SpaceX will stop transmitting missile launches into space because of the US government's ban

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) review all photos and videos of rockets launched by SpaceX for the past 8 years. According to the agency SpaceX violates the American law of 1992, which requires companies to obtain licenses for images and videos from Earth orbit. About it writes The Verge. NOAA learned that SpaceX will only broadcast its launches live …

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Linfox tries to turn on electric drive

Date: 11.04.2018 Peter Fox sets vision and path away from present reality Peter Fox believes the future is autonomous and electric The Linfox CEO Peter Fox has clarified his company's desire for electric drives and autonomous technologies and recognizes intervening difficulties. The direction is evident in the Online Solutions Asia Pacific publication titled "Transport of Tomorrow," and follows Fox's fascination …

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