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Wearable sleeve could improve stroke recovery therapy
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Wearable sleeve could improve stroke recovery therapy

Researchers say that the technology might even lower the costs of physical therapy.

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Diatoms are a biological wonder material, new study says
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Diatoms are a biological wonder material, new study says

They're extremely resilient, thanks to their porous surface.

By M. Moon,  13h ago
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Commercial aircraft get their first global emissions standard
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Commercial aircraft get their first global emissions standard

Airliners and similar planes will have to clean up starting in 2020.

By J. Fingas,  18h ago
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Smart car algorithm sees pedestrians as well as you can
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Smart car algorithm sees pedestrians as well as you can

AI could spot people crossing the street in virtual real-time, with few mistakes.

By J. Fingas,  20h ago
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Brain-machine link helps you steer exoskeletons with your mind
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Brain-machine link helps you steer exoskeletons with your mind

You won't need open brain surgery to wear a thought-controlled robot suit.

By J. Fingas,  23h ago
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02.08.16
SpaceX could try its next sea landing on February 24th
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SpaceX could try its next sea landing on February 24th

And we're all looking forward to it.

By E. Alvarez,   02.08.16
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02.08.16
The future of military camouflage may be a cute chameleon robot
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The future of military camouflage may be a cute chameleon robot

The (karma) chameleon changes colors as it comes and goes.

By J. Conditt,   02.08.16
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02.08.16
3D hand scanner could give you custom braces
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3D hand scanner could give you custom braces

The student-made gear could fill big gaps in health care and design.

By J. Fingas,   02.08.16
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