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April 24th, 2014
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Archive: News / Page Two / Science & Tech (3 Stories)

How rodents could shape future space robots

12/23/2013 10:04am
What do artificial whiskers and coffee-filled balloons have in common? They are both tools on experimental robots and possible ideas to help future planetary explorations.

UTOPIA courts potential investor

12/23/2013 4:10pm
A potential partnership with an Australian investor would allow UTOPIA to finishing making 153,000 connections in 11 cities and place responsibility for future debt on the investor.

Margin for error 1/8 of an inch in nuclear world

12/23/2013 4:36pm
The margin for error in operating ICBMs can be excruciatingly small _ an eighth of an inch, in one case.
 
   
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