Turning Stuffed Animals or a Foam Tube Into Robots

New “Robotic Skins” technology developed by Yale researchers flips that notion on its head, allowing users to animate the inanimate and turn everyday objects into robots.

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Mapping Water Ice on the Moon

About the size of a golf cart will roam several miles, using its four science instruments — including a 1-meter drill — to sample various soil environments.

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Taking A City’s Pulse Through Taxis

Just 10 taxis typically cover one-third of Manhattan’s streets in a day. So, why not take advantage of the opportunity?

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‘PhotoChromeleon’ Color Changing Ink

You could buy one pair of shoes and change the color depending on how you feel each day!

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The ‘South Pole’ Of The Moon

Astronauts have, of course, been to the lunar surface before, but NASA’s Artemis mission is preparing to send humans to an area of the Moon that has never been visited before: The lunar South Pole.

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Airbags For Knees

IIHS researchers compiled crash reports from 14 different states and compared injury risk in vehicles with knee airbags with risk in vehicles without knee airbags.

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