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MIT Professor Rohit Karnik addresses real-world challenges with his micro and nanofluidics research. The studies he and his team have conducted on fluid flow at the molecular level have uncovered important data about its unique behavior and led to the development of new technologies that can ...
MIT scientists, along with architects and wood processors from England and Canada, are looking for ways to turn bamboo into a construction material more akin to wood composites, like plywood. (Learn more: http://bit.ly/WCNN7e) Such bamboo products are currently being developed by several ...
Description: In this lecture, the professor talked about the standard Big Bang, cosmic inflation, evidence for inflation, Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB), universe to multiverse, dark energy, etc. Instructor: Alan GuthLearn more: ...
Researchers at MIT have developed a robot that enhances the grasping motion of the human hand. The device, worn around one's wrist, works essentially like two extra fingers adjacent to the pinky and thumb. The robot, which the researchers have dubbed "supernumerary robotic fingers," or "SR ...
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