Tiny microrobots team up and move full-size car

Tiny microrobots team up and move full-size car

Tiny microrobots team up and move full-size car   Scientists create itty bitty robots that work together like ants to move immense objects Microrobots : A group of ants can move objects many times larger and heavier than themselves. This ability inspired a team of researchers to develop small robots that can do the same thing. The team created 29-millimeter (1.1-inch) long robots that can get a firm grip on the ground. In tests, six of the ‘bots have just worked together to tow a full-size car. They didn’t move…

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VATICAN & ROME’S JEWISH COMMUNITY TEAM UP FOR FIRST ART EXHIBIT TOGETHER

VATICAN & ROME’S JEWISH COMMUNITY TEAM UP FOR FIRST ART EXHIBIT TOGETHER

VATICAN & ROME’S JEWISH COMMUNITY TEAM UP FOR FIRST ART EXHIBIT TOGETHER ROME’S JEWISH COMMUNITY AND THE VATICAN JOIN FORCES FOR ART EXHIBITION. Rome’s Jewish community and the Vatican Museums will be holding a joint art exhibition from May 15 to July 23 in an effort to further improve Catholic-Jewish relations. The exhibit, a first-ever collaboration between the two, will showcase over 100 items, including religious documents, candlesticks, stone tablets from the Jewish catacombs in Rome, sarcophagi, ancient Roman glasses, and paintings. The main focus, however, will be a 2,000-year-old…

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Community digs can inspire the next generation of archaeologists

community digs can inspire the next generation of archaeologists

Community digs can inspire the next generation of archaeologists  On hundreds of projects across the country, thousands of volunteers are coming together to unearth the past. Michael Dafydd Nevell digs the dirt on the joys of archaeology The saying goes the past should be left in the past, but not of course when it comes to archaeology. In fact, if recent figures are anything to go by, it seems many of us can’t get enough of the past influencing our present – more than 70 per cent of adults visited a historic site in England within…

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