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Life-like robots soon to be reality

So far, the complexity and range of learnt behaviours which can be created using only materials-based control approaches have been limited.

In the future, soft matter computers could mirror this process by translating information within the structure of a fluidic tape that travels through the soft body of the robot, and then is detected by an appropriate receptor and then generates an output.

Professor Rossiter said: 'We have taken an important step toward entirely soft, autonomous robots and for smart materials to move beyond stimulus-response relationships which could enable the intelligent behaviours seen in living organisms.

Framsticks: Evolved running, swimming, and ski-jumping

This video consists of three parts: - The first, introductory part is a one-minute sequence showing a simulation of Foraminifera.

The Hacked and Highjacked Body

Dr. Pam Peeke talks about the science behind food and addiction. She also shows us how we can harness the emerging science of epigenetics to make lifestyle ...

QA Science: The Mind-Body Dialogue

Companion Q&A Session to the 2019 #UAScience Lecture Series: #SearchingForCertainty featuring Katalin M. Gothard, Professor of Physiology and ...

Sangeeta Bhatia Part 2: Microscale Liver Tissue Engineering

In the second part of her talk, Bhatia tells us about research from her lab and others to ..

Mod-01 Lec-46 Biomicrofluidics

Micro fluidics by Prof. S. Chakraborty,Department of Mechanical Engineering,IIT Kharagpur.For more details on NPTEL visit

Demystifying Medicine 2017: Bioengineering: Bridging Brain, Computer, and Neurologic Disease

Demystifying Medicine 2017: Bioengineering: Bridging Brain, Computer, and Neurologic Disease Air date: Tuesday, April 18, 2017, 4:00:00 PM Category: ...

12/11/18 MNPS Board Meeting

Coverage of the MNPS Board Meeting held December 11, 2018.

O Cérebro Humano como Centro do nosso Universo – Miguel Nicolelis | Vototalks Festival 2018

Para mais informações acesse O Vototalks Festival é um evento on-line colaborativo com palestras e debates sobre ..

Sugar: The Bitter Truth

Visit: Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology, explores the damage caused by sugary foods

Catch the Next Big Wave with UC San Diego Technology Transfer Office

On June 22nd, 2014, local and international industry members, academics, and innovators gathered at the San Diego Central Library to Catch the Next Big ...