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RoboBee make first controlled flight
Half the size of a paperclip, weighing less than a tenth of a gram, the robot was inspired by the biology of a fly, with submillimeter-scale anatomy and two ...
Aperture Science Turrets - Portal 2
This week's reason to pre-invest in Aperture Laboratories: CEO and founder Cave Johnson's announcement that the applied sciences company is making its milita...
RoboBee: tiny robotic 'insect' flight demonstration - VideosScience
Science Videos- A tiny robotic 'insect', the size of a penny, demonstrates its controlled flight abilities. Developed by engineers at the Harvard School of ...
RoboBee: tiny robotic 'insect' flight demonstration
A tiny robotic 'insect', the size of a penny, demonstrates its controlled flight abilities. Developed by engineers at the Harvard School of Engineering and A...
Heads up! "Operation Tiger Torch" prepared for Clemson cadet exercise
CLEMSON—Contracted Army ROTC cadets at Clemson University will fly in military helicopters Saturday, April 6 as part of the spring 2013 semester field traini...
SFU Burnaby Open House - May 26, 2012
SFU welcomed 20000 guest at its Open House. The Faculty of Applied Sciences - Schools of Engineering Science and Computing Science demonstrated their resear...
Spectral Imaging in Satakunta University of Applied Sciences
Demo of Spectral Imaging in Satakunta University of Applied Sciences.
Project Flying Saucer Prototype - Munich University of Applied Sciences
Students at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich developed and built a RC flying saucer prototype. This video contains the first test flights.
Crime Scene Investigation Practical, School of Applied Sciences
Furnished like a normal domestic residence, Rose Cottage allows students from Bournemouth University's undergraduate and postgraduate forensic programmes to ...
New Nano Science Technology 2011 (The Future) Part Two
Welcome to the nano scale. Nanoscale is where properties differ significantly from those at a larger scale. The strange world of nanoscience can take you int...
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