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Mind-controlled robotic arm has skill and speed of human limb

17 Dec 2012

LONDON A paralysed woman has been able to feed herself chocolate and move everyday items using a robotic arm directly controlled by thought, showing a level of agility and control approaching that of a human limb.

Mind-controlled robotic arm has skill and speed of human limb

17 Dec 2012

LONDON A paralyzed woman has been able to feed herself chocolate and move everyday items using a robotic arm directly controlled by thought, showing a level of agility and control approaching that of a human limb. | Video

Hawking and CERN scoop world's richest science prize

11 Dec 2012

LONDON Stephen Hawking, the British cosmologist who urged people to "be curious" in the Paralympics opening ceremony, has landed the richest prize in science for his work on how black holes emit radiation.

Hawking and CERN scoop world's richest science prize

11 Dec 2012

LONDON Stephen Hawking, the British cosmologist who urged people to "be curious" in the Paralympics opening ceremony, has landed the richest prize in science for his work on how black holes emit radiation.

Hawking and CERN scoop world's richest science prize

11 Dec 2012

LONDON Stephen Hawking, the British cosmologist who urged people to "be curious" in the Paralympics opening ceremony, has landed the richest prize in science for his work on how black holes emit radiation.

New material for stretchy electronics inspired by nature

11 Dec 2012

LONDON Scientists in Switzerland have come up with a material mimicking the way tendons connect to bones, which could speed the development of stretchy, wearable electronic devices.

New material for stretchy electronics inspired by nature

11 Dec 2012

LONDON Scientists in Switzerland have come up with a material mimicking the way tendons connect to bones, which could speed the development of stretchy, wearable electronic devices.

Osborne finds extra money for science in austere times

06 Dec 2012

LONDON Intense lobbying by Britain's science community seems to be paying off as Chancellor George Osborne announced an extra 600 million pounds for capital investment in science over the next three years.

Government finds extra money for science in austere times

05 Dec 2012

LONDON Intense lobbying by Britain's science community seems to be paying off as Chancellor George Osborne announced an extra 600 million pounds for capital investment in science over the next three years.

Earliest known dinosaur discovered

05 Dec 2012

LONDON Researchers have found what could be the earliest known dinosaur to walk the Earth lurking in the corridors of London's Natural History Museum.

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