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In the wild, how does a snake climb a vertical surface without slipping? An examination involving boa constrictors is published by University of Cincinnati researchers.
Princeton researchers use robotics and high-speed cameras to examine engineering principles behind common game.
MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J., Nov.
EUREKA project E! 4104 ECOPROMAT has developed a novel and environmentally-friendly type of matting for use in protection against the spread of contagious animal diseases such as avian influenza, and for routine hygiene in animal and food production.
FRANKLIN, Mass., July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Berry Plastics is pleased to announce the distribution of its new "Pom-Pom Ropes" and "Sorbent Booms," manufactured under the brand name of X-Sorbs.
PORTLAND, Ore., April 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Naturally Advanced Technologies Inc. (NAT, OTC Bulletin Board: NADVF, TSXV: NAT) conducted full scale commercial processing trials in Germany, that were then replicated at the G.J. Littlewood & Son processing facility in Pennsylvania.
VASTERAS, Sweden, March 31, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Press Invitation to a New Guinness World Record Attempt in the Category of "Fastest 100 Metre Rap Jumping" 2010, Vasteras, Sweden Swedish adventurer Tony Berglund will run down the wall of a skyscraper on May 8 2010 in central Vasteras 100 km west of Stockholm, Sweden.
Researchers from Arizona State University have discovered that several species of microbes (cyanobacteria), at least one found prominently in the deserts of the Southwest, have evolved the trait of rope-building to lasso shifting soil substrates.
HESHAN, China, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- HESHAN YIN YU LIGHT-DECORATION LTD is notifying consumers that the flexible light product identified below may have improper internal connections.
MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J., Sept. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) announced today that rope using its super-strength, lightweight Spectra(R) fiber is being used by the U.S.
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