University of utah

05.01.12
Accelerometer mic could change the way we look at cochlear implants
05.01.12

Accelerometer mic could change the way we look at cochlear implants

Hearing aids aren't the most discreet cybernetic creations, because the need for a clog-free micro...

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03.06.12
Experimental controller has 'thumbstick within thumbstick' for blistering sensations (video)
03.06.12

Experimental controller has 'thumbstick within thumbstick' for blistering sensations (video)

Just when you thought slingshots were the future, here comes a whole new way to enjoy baddie deleti...

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09.19.11
Researchers use wireless network to monitor breathing, could save lives
09.19.11

Researchers use wireless network to monitor breathing, could save lives

When Neal Patwari and his team of researchers developed a wireless network capable of seeing th...

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03.31.11
Lasers let deaf ears pick up what the sonic world is putting down
03.31.11

Lasers let deaf ears pick up what the sonic world is putting down

Not going to front: we've a soft spot in our heart for focused beams of light. We've seen 'em rid t...

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12.31.10
This is your brain. This is your brain on video games
12.31.10

This is your brain. This is your brain on video games

Sure, you've probably seen countless scientific studies involving video games -- but have you have...

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12.02.10
Over the counter, spray-on stem cell treatment could heal burns on the go
12.02.10

Over the counter, spray-on stem cell treatment could heal burns on the go

Research at the University of Utah could lead to burn treatment on the go that makes use of your bo...

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10.11.10
Shear feedback GPS navigation tells your fingers where to go, you just have to follow (video)
10.11.10

Shear feedback GPS navigation tells your fingers where to go, you just have to follow (video)

Keeping your eyes on the road gets ever more difficult with ever-bigger, ever-brighter GPS navigati...

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08.05.10
Robot equipped with hook-like claws and pendulum can climb carpeted walls
08.05.10

Robot equipped with hook-like claws and pendulum can climb carpeted walls

ROCR -- the Oscillating Climbing Robot -- was developed at the University of Utah by William Provan...

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07.12.10
Eye-tracking lie detectors inch a little closer to reality
07.12.10

Eye-tracking lie detectors inch a little closer to reality

If lie detection is your thing, choices aren't exactly scarce: you can go with Lego for the kids, S...

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