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Recent coverage, from Harvard Gazette, of our work described in "A Resilient, Untethered Soft Robot", Tolley, M.T, Shepherd.R.F, Mosadegh.B., Galloway.K.C, Wehner.M., Karpelson.M., Wood.R.J, and Whitesides.G.M., Soft Robotics, 2014, 1, 213-223
Posted on Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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Recent coverage, from Inventor Spot, of our work described in "A Resilient, Untethered Soft Robot", Tolley, M.T, Shepherd.R.F, Mosadegh.B., Galloway.K.C, Wehner.M., Karpelson.M., Wood.R.J, and Whitesides.G.M., Soft Robotics, 2014, 1, 213-223
Posted on Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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Coverage, from the Harvard Gazette, or our work described in "Noncontact Orientation of Objects in Three Dimensional Space Using Magnetic Levitation", Subramaniam, A.B, Yang.D., Yu.H., Nemiroski.A., Tricard.S., Ellerbee.A.K, Soh.S., and Whitesides.G.M., PNAS, 2014, 111, 12980-12985
Posted on Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Coverage, from the BBC, or our work described in "Noncontact Orientation of Objects in Three Dimensional Space Using Magnetic Levitation", Subramaniam, A.B, Yang.D., Yu.H., Nemiroski.A., Tricard.S., Ellerbee.A.K, Soh.S., and Whitesides.G.M., PNAS, 2014, 111, 12980-12985
Posted on Monday, August 25, 2014
This video shows a Nylon screw being oriented and manipulated, without contact, using Magnetic levitation (MagLev). The screw levitates in a solution of the paramagnetic salt, manganese (II) chloride. The paramagnetic liquid is attracted to regions of high magnetic field strength, i.e. towards the surfaces of the magnet. Thus, in the MagLev device, the screw experiences a net force that pushes it away from the surface of the magnets towards the center of the device where the magnetic field . . . read more
Posted on Monday, August 25, 2014
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Coverage, from Popular Mechanics, of our work described in "A Universal Mobile Electrochemical Detector Designed for Use in Resource-Limited Applications", Nemiroski, A., Christodouleas.D.C, Hennek.J.W, Kumar.A.A, Maxwell.E.J, Fernandez-Abedul.M.T, and Whitesides.G.M., PNAS, 2014, 111, 11984-11989
Posted on Sunday, August 10, 2014
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Coverage, from Nature, of our work described in "A Universal Mobile Electrochemical Detector Designed for Use in Resource-Limited Applications", Nemiroski, A., Christodouleas.D.C, Hennek.J.W, Kumar.A.A, Maxwell.E.J, Fernandez-Abedul.M.T, and Whitesides.G.M., PNAS, 2014, 111, 11984-11989
Posted on Monday, August 4, 2014
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