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  1. QUICKER PICKER UPPER

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    A robotic gripper made with coffee grounds shows off its versatility. (Don't miss the egg.) Credit: John Amend

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    • AIRBORNE

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      A wasp, attracted to food, dispenses with a vexing ant by grabbing it, flying backward and then dropping its cargo. Credit: J. Grangier and P.J. Lester/Biology Letters 2011

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      • KNOCKED OUT

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        Caption for video: Water drops slamming into insects can knock them partly or completely off course, this laboratory video shows. Credit: Courtesy Andrew Dickerson and D. Hu/Georgia Tech

      • Newly created machine

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        • Remote-Controlled Munching

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          When a laser activated a particular group of neurons, mice immediately began to eat. When the light turned off, the animals quit eating. Credit: Josh Jennings

        • Hummingbird Diving In Action

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          The video shows a detailed analysis of hummingbird flight, including a slow-frame dive descent maneuver. Hummingbirds, due to their small size and unique body shape, are capable of incredible Top…

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          • PUSHED ASIDE

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            Riding a beam of light, a tiny particle thousandths of millimeters in size is pushed sideways by the same force that keeps airplanes aloft. Credit: Swartzlander et al

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            • Eversion in the air

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              The mighty Muscovy duck: Unlike mammals and turtles, for example, a male Muscovy duck uses lymph instead of blood to inflate his penis, which he can do in a third of a second, a new study shows. Also…

            • FULL SUN

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              This video, released February 6, is the first 360-panorama of the sun, recorded by NASA's twin STEREO craft recording the sun's back half and NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory imaging…

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              • PLANETARY PULL

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                Rotating potato or insight into the planet’s deepest secrets? This new map of the Earth’s gravity field, gathered by the European GOCE satellite, shows how, in regions such as Iceland…

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                • Agama lizards leaping

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                  By recording Agama lizards leaping on to different surfaces, researchers calculated the angle of the lizards’ bodies and tails to determine how the creatures use their tails to balance themselves…

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                  • VANISHING FISH

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                    A goldfish swims through a glass cloak designed by researchers in China and Singapore. The cloak guides light around objects inside of it, making the fish disappear while the plants in the background…

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