Engineers find secret to steady drone cameras in swan necks
Swans and geese are the envy of aeronautical engineers. Even plump geese can perform remarkable aerial acrobatics – twisting their body and flapping their powerful wings while keeping their head completely still.
New study of Iceman reveals oldest known example of red blood cells
Geckos found to have skin mechanism that flings off water (w/ video)
Cockroaches made to follow directions via wireless nerve stimulation
Scientists find strongest natural material
Limpet teeth might be the strongest natural material known to man, a new study has found.
Artificially intelligent robot scientist 'Eve' could boost search for new drugs
Eve, an artificially-intelligent 'robot scientist' could make drug discovery faster and much cheaper, say researchers writing in the Royal Society journal Interface. The team has demonstrated the success of the approach as ...
Researchers document aviary eggshell with iridescence for the first time
How the hummingbird achieves its aerobatic feats
(Phys.org) —The sight of a tiny hummingbird hovering in front of a flower and then darting to another with lightning speed amazes and delights. But it also leaves watchers with a persistent question: How do they do it?