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Fantastic Voyage
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
06/25/04
Summary: For both scientists and artists in the field of nanotechnology, making tiny airplanes and flower-like designs on scales smaller than the width of a human hair showcases the large promise of thinking small.

Follow the Sun
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
07/28/03
Summary: This is the second in a series of articles on a research project, Life in the Atacama, that recently began in Chile's Atacama desert. This article will focus on the innovative Hyperion rover that is being used in the project, a rover designed to travel for great distances, collecting scientific samples along the way.

Matrix
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
07/02/03
Summary: Estimating the frequency for communicating with an extrasolar civilization is a multi-dimensional challenge. The answer, according to two scientists at the Hungarian Astronomical Association, is less like an equation, and more like a matrix.

Featherless Bipeds
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
06/15/03
Summary: In the featured "Dinner with..." series, Astrobiology Magazine looks at the possibilities for computers to emulate complex human patterns. The father of artificial intelligence and Nobel Laureate, Herbert Simon, gives a short course in life.

Breeding Computer Code
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
05/08/03
Summary: When biologists and computer scientists meet, their hybrid projects have produced intriguing models for evolution. A team of Michigan State and Caltech scientists report in Nature on their method of breeding computer code to mimic some features of evolutionary theory.

Web Walking Robot Explorers
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
01/04/03
Summary: This week's selection for the Extreme Explorers' Hall of Fame is from researchers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., who have created a micro robot reminiscent.

Martian Rocks, Robot Retrieves
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
11/07/02
Summary: Remarkably, on average, one Martian meteorite lands on Earth each month. But finding these scientific treasures is not a job for a human, at least according to the Nomad robot - this week's entry in the Extreme Explorers Hall of Fame.

Scorpion Project: Extreme Explorers Hall of Fame
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
10/11/02
Summary: The eight-legged robot from a German and American research team has to venture 25 miles autonomously into the Mojave Desert and return safely.

The ERA Rover Class: Extreme Explorers' Hall of Fame
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
09/20/02
Summary: This weeks Extreme Explorer Hall of Fame selection: the ERA Rover-class. The Extra Vehicular Activity Robotic Assistant (ERA) rover is like a work crew without a foreman.

Entomopter: Extreme Explorer's Hall of Fame
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
09/13/02
Summary: Fixed wing flyers are difficult to build as Martian roving vehicles. But this week's Extreme Explorer tries to learn from the terrestrial insect world.

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