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  1. Building robots that slither


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    A video of snakebots from Howie Choset’s lab shows off their skills at climbing legs, skittering up walls and even swimming. Credit: H. Choset

  2. Caffeine slows down newborn mouse neurons


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    Caffeine slows down newborn mouse neurons as they travel to their final destination in the brain (right). Credit: Inserm/ Christine Métin - Christophe Bernard

  3. Ch-Ch-Changes


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    This animation, representing the period between May 23 and August 21, captures much of the dramatic decline in this year’s Arctic sea ice coverage. Posted in 'A near-record Arctic melting'…

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      The elephant Koshik sticks his trunk in his mouth and bellows what sounds like “choah” (good in Korean) in response to his trainer saying variations of “choah choah annyong”…

    • Chemical Reactions Make Moves


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      The neutralization reaction of hydrochloric acid (top) and sodium hydroxide (bottom) creates flows in an otherwise still system. Video credit: Christophe Almarcha

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      • Chirp when ready


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        When a researcher gives a quick squeeze to the rump of a great peacock moth caterpillar, the creature thrashes and makes a short buzzy chirp by rubbing its mouthparts together. Found in 'Caterpillar's…

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        • Cilia


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          • CLEAR MUSIC


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            A transparent loudspeaker plays music from a YouTube video, when fed audio output from a laptop, Credit: Courtesy of Christoph Keplinger and Jeong-Yun Sun, Whitesides and Suo Research Groups, Harvard…

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            • Climbing Fish


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              One of Hawaii's gobies, barely half as long as a thumb, slowly creeps up a clear plate in the lab. Despite such slow progress, the species climbs waterfalls several hundred feet high in the wild…

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              • Comet movie


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                • Computer model of brain eerily human


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                  University of Waterloo scientist Chris Eliasmith describes the abilities of Spaun, a new computer simulation of the human brain, which is shown here performing a series of four tasks. Credit: Chris…

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                  • Control bouncing


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                    Moving black dots in these videos represent a man with beat deafness, Mathieu, and another volunteer attempting to bounce in time to a merengue tune. Only Mathieu consistently misses the beat. Credit:…

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