An efficient new depth sensor was inspired by spider eyes
Jumping spiders have super efficient depth perception.
Lab cultured 'steaks' grown on an artificial gelatin scaffold
Ethical meat eating could soon go beyond burgers.
How a Harvard class project changed barbecue
Using computer-based models to make cooking more efficient.
Harvard student deported based on friends' social media posts
You apparently don't need to write the posts to get in trouble for them.
Papercraft-inspired math turns any sheet into any shape
Algorithms would just have to determine when to make the right cuts.
Embryo-inspired bandages close wounds better than Band-Aids
The creators were inspired by the skin of embryos that can heal itself by drawing a wound's edges together.
Harvard's camera can show you the world through the eyes of a shrimp
The university researchers' tiny polarization camera could be used on automated vehicles, phones and satellites.
Harvard's RoboBee X-Wing can fly under its own power
It's a solar-powered version with four wings instead of two like previous RoboBees had.
Simpler, air-powered soft robots could help with space exploration
You wouldn't need complex machinery or wires.