Learning from lizards
The speedy lizard was streaking across the tabletop when suddenly one foot hit a slippery spot.
Engineers look to the birds for the future of UAVs (w/ video)
(PhysOrg.com) -- Engineers at UC San Diego are mimicking the movement of bird wings to help improve the maneuverability of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Study: Rough match can sideline tennis players' perceptions
Tennis players who "ace" a match are more likely to see the ball as moving slowly and view the net as lower to the ground, according to new research from Purdue University.
The physics of how wet animals dry themselves (w/ Video)
N.J. company provides slow-motion cameras used in World Cup coverage
The next time you see a slow-motion replay of U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard diving at the feet of a World Cup foe, the chances are it will have been shot with a camera made in Wayne, N.J.