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How can a robot use subtle cues to attract a humanâ€™s notice and tell when it has captured it?
How can robots use non-verbal communication to interact more naturally with humans?
By studying seismographs from the earthquake that hit Chile last February, earth scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found a statistically significant increase of microearthquakes in central California in the first few hours after the main shock.
A group of chemical compounds used by a species of tropical seaweed to ward off fungus attacks may have promising antimalarial properties for humans.
Researchers are using inexpensive components from ordinary liquid crystal display (LCD) projectors to control the brain and muscles of tiny organisms, including freely moving worms.
Women leaders, including CTS Business Development Manager Cara Turano, from Atlanta's top companies join the ranks of WIT's leadership development program graduates in December graduation ceremonies Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 13, 2011 Women in Technology is announcing today its newest graduates for the 2010 Executive Coaching and Careers in Action Leadership Foundations programs.
Researchers have developed a microfluidic device that automatically orients hundreds of fruit fly and other embryos to prepare them for research.
The South could pay less for its electricity in 20 years than is currently projected if strong public policies are enacted to spur renewable energy production and use.
Interactions between proteins are at the heart of cellular processes, and those interactions depend on the interfaces where the direct physical contact occurs.
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