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XROMM, an influential 3-D, X-ray technology for biomechanics, gains new capabilities

(Brown University) Two recent papers describe the latest ways that XROMM technology, which has spread to dozens of similar research facilities worldwide, enables studies of human and animal motion in previously unseen detail.

Vestibular function declines starting at age 40

Vestibular thresholds begin to double every 10 years above the age of 40, representing a decline in our ability to receive sensory information about motion, balance and spatial orientation, new research has found.

Vestibular Function Declines Starting at Age 40

A new study led by researchers at Massachusetts Eye and Ear found that vestibular thresholds begin to double every 10 years above the age of 40, representing a decline in our ability to receive sensory information about motion, balance and spatial orientation. The report was published online ahead of print in Frontiers in Neurology.

Nylon thread made into artificial muscles

Using a combination of ordinary nylon thread and conductive ink, MIT scientists have created artificial muscles that can perform many of the motions found in natural muscle tissue. The researchers believe that the new flexing devices...Show More Summary

New technique introducing foreign atoms in optical trapping allows greater manipulation of nanoparticles

Macquarie University researchers have demonstrated a new technique exploiting the presence of foreign atoms within a diamond crystal, using light to affect the motion of the entire nanoparticle – opening the door to applying powerful quantum technologies to the manipulation of ultrasmall nanoparticles and an unprecedented degree of control at the nanoscale.

Low use of 'agent animation' means first-mover opportunity in bringing brand to life

When the Pixar lamp buries the letter "I" by jumping on it, this is an example of what's called "agent animation" - self-directed motion of a brand logo that makes it feel alive. New research by two Boston College marketing professors...Show More Summary

Low use of 'agent animation' means first-mover opportunity in bringing brand to life

(Boston College) The new research focuses on the concept of agent animation - self-directed motion of a brand logo that makes it feel alive. Think of the Pixar lamp burying the letter 'I' by jumping on it. Why aren't more brands being...Show More Summary

Slow motion waves of jumping genes in the human genome

(Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) A new study by two Illinois researchers has demonstrated that dynamic elements within the human genome interact with each other in a way that strongly resembles the patterns seen in populations of predators and prey.

Study suggests a half-billion gesture-tracking devices by 2021

Juniper Research has released a new study with a bold prediction about the future of human interaction with technology. It found that “gesture and motion control will become vital for certain forms of human-computer interaction in the coming years.” The study found that by the end of 2016 there will be roughly 168 million devices that utilize... Show More Summary

How repair protein finds DNA damage

Researchers have demonstrated how Rad4, a protein involved in DNA repair, scans the DNA in a unique pattern of movement called 'constrained motion' to efficiently find structural faults in DNA. The findings could lead to therapies that boost existing drug treatments and counter drug-resistance.

Cells migrate collectively by intermittent bursts of activity

Cell migration is a central process in the development and maintenance of multicellular organisms. Researchers have now discovered that this motion occurs by intermittent bursts of activity. It can be described by universal scaling laws similar to the ones observed in other driven systems outside of biology.

Wearable New Energy

New fabric harvests solar and wind energy 27 September 2016 (The Engineer) “Researchers from Georgia Tech have been working on a fabric that harvests energy from both sunshine and motion, which could be used to generate power in the field. Show More Summary

Cells migrate collectively by intermittent bursts of activity

Cell migration is a central process in the development and maintenance of multicellular organisms. Researchers of Aalto University and their research partners have now discovered that this motion occurs by intermittent bursts of activity. It can be described by universal scaling laws similar to the ones observed in other driven systems outside of biology.

Synopsis: Twisting in Thin Air

Researchers characterize the rotational jiggling of an optically levitated nanoparticle, showing how this motion could be cooled to its quantum ground state. [Physics] Published Thu Sep 15, 2016

Stingrays Chew Their Food Like Humans and Boy Does It Look Freaky

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Mammals are unique in that they’re practically the only creatures that take the time to chew their food. Or at least that’s what we thought. New research shows that stingrays also use chewing motions to grind down their meal. And as this video attests, it’s pretty damned weird to watch. Read more...

How Phantom High-Speed Cameras Are Made

3 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Gavin Free from The Slow Mo Guys visited Vision Research in Wayne, New Jersey to learn how Phantom high-speed cameras are made. Free and his partner Dan Gruchy use Phantom cameras to create their incredible slow motion videos. Gav pays a visit to the lovely folks at Vision Research to see where the world’s Phantom […]

Dances with waves: Breakthrough in moving small objects using acoustics

Researchers have made a breakthrough in controlling the motion of multiple objects on a vibrating plate with a single acoustic source. By playing carefully constructed melodies, the scientists can simultaneously and independently move multiple objects on the plate towards desired targets. Show More Summary

Dances with waves: Breakthrough in moving small objects using acoustics

(Aalto University) Researchers of Aalto University have made a breakthrough in controlling the motion of multiple objects on a vibrating plate with a single acoustic source. By playing carefully constructed melodies, the scientists can simultaneously and independently move multiple objects on the plate towards desired targets. Show More Summary

Initiating DNA repair

(University of Rochester) A research team has discovered a protein that may serve as a first responder that sets in motion a cascade of molecular activity to repair damaged DNA.

DGIST research team develops world's first ciliary stroke motion microrobots

(DGIST (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)) A research team led by Professor Hongsoo Choi developed microrobots with high propulsion efficiency in highly-viscous fluid environments, applying propulsion techniques that mimic the ciliary stroke motion of paramecia.

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