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Fish fins are teaching us the secret to flexible robots and...

Francois Barthelat, University of Colorado Boulder The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

We used peanuts and a climbing wall to learn how squirrels...

Lucia F. Jacobs, University of California, Berkeley; Nathaniel Hunt, University of Nebraska Omaha, and Robert J. Full, University of California, Berkeley

Robo-boot concept promises 50% faster running

David Braun, Vanderbilt University No matter how well designed, there are no running shoes that allow runners to keep up with cyclists. The bicycle was...

Stiff muscles are a counterintuitive superpower of NBA athletes

Philip Anloague, University of Dayton For most people, the term “stiffness” has negative connotations. When you wake up in the morning complaining of a “stiff...

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The blockchain could have better security than the banks

Timothy McCallum, University of Southern Queensland and Luke van der Laan, University of Southern Queensland There are ways to improve the online ledger blockchain by...