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Sharpshooter insect pees faster than a cheetah accelerates1m24s

Sharpshooter insect pees faster than a cheetah accelerates

The rapid acceleration of a cheetah chasing down its prey is slow motion compared with the pee flying out of the rear end of a glassy sharpshooter a new study has found. Read more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/01/sharpshooter-insect-pees-faster-cheetah-accelerates CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi leafhopper footage and photos Bhamla Lab story by Elizabeth Pennisi music "Behavior" Nguyên Khôi Nguyên

Listen to this piano-playing robot hit all the right notes3m01s

Listen to this piano-playing robot hit all the right notes

Soft, skeletonlike robot hand executes complex movements. Read more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/12/listen-piano-playing-robot-hit-all-right-notes Read the paper ($): http://robotics.sciencemag.org/content/3/25/eaau3098 CREDITS producer Frankie Schembri supervising producer Sarah Crespi citation J.A.E. Hughes et al. Science Robotics 2018 DOI: 10.1126/scirobotics.aau3098 research photos and video Josie Hughes stock video Pond5 Videoblocks story by Frankie Schembri music "Going Up" by LAKEY INSPIRED

Spider moms spotted nursing their offspring with milk2m49s

Spider moms spotted nursing their offspring with milk

Spider’s milk sustains young to adulthood. Learn more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/spider-moms-spotted-nursing-their-offspring-milk Read the research ($): http://science.sciencemag.org/content/362/6418/1052 CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi script Sarah Crespi Elizabeth Pennisi citation Z. Chen et al., Science 2018 DOI: 10.1126/science.aat3692 research footage and photos Zhanqi Chen Z. Chen et al., Science 2018 additional photos and video wolf spider with egg Eran Finkle/Flickr wolf spider with babies Oliver.Dodd/Flickr spider illustration Biodiversity Heritage Library/Flickr cockroach footage Scot Nelson/Flickr opening spider, pigeon, elephant, organutan Pond5 music "Unfold" and “Griswold” Nguyên Khôi Nguyên

Watch these tissue engineered spinal discs mimic the real thing1m58s

Watch these tissue engineered spinal discs mimic the real thing

Goats and rats respond well to implants—lab-grown tissue may one day replace discs in people. Learn more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/watch-these-tissue-engineered-spinal-disks-mimic-real-thing Read the paper ($): http://stm.sciencemag.org/lookup/doi/10.1126/scitranslmed.aau0670 CREDITS -------------------- editor/animator/narrator Chris Burns supervising producer Sarah Crespi script Chris Burns Sarah Crespi Caitlin Czajka citation S. E. Gullbrand et al., Science Translational Medicine 2018 DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.aau0670 research photos/footage Thomas Schaer S. E. Gullbrand et al. stock footage Pond5 Videoblocks stock graphics Freepik.com music Chris Burns

How do cats stay so clean? Video reveals secrets of the feline tongue2m07s

How do cats stay so clean? Video reveals secrets of the feline tongue

Three-dimensional scans and thermal imaging give unprecedented insight into cat grooming. Learn more: https://scim.ag/2ORLtnF Read the paper: http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2018/11/14/1809544115 CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi story/script Frankie Schembri citation A.C. Noel and D.L. Hua Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2018 DOI: 10. 1073/pnas.1809544115 research photos Alexis Noel closeup papillae Taren Carter domestic cat tongue photo Candler Hobbs research videos Alexis Noel stock video Pond5 "Morphology" Nguyên Khôi Nguyên

AI trained to control traffic1m42s

AI trained to control traffic

Watch just a few self-driving cars stop traffic jams Artificial intelligence-powered cars can put the brakes on stop-and-go traffic https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/watch-just-few-self-driving-cars-stop-traffic-jams Simulations sourced from: https://flow-project.github.io/team.html CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi story and script Matthew Hutson simulations and research animations Alexandre Bayen/FLOW project Mobile Sensing Lab UC Berkeley stock video Pond5 music "Urbanize" Nguyên Khôi Nguyên

Tiny robots swim through the eye to deliver medicine2m30s

Tiny robots swim through the eye to deliver medicine

Scientists use magnetic fields to drive spiral nanobots for drug delivery. Learn more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/watch-tiny-robots-swim-through-eyeball-deliver-medicine Read the paper: http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/11/eaat4388 Credits producer Sarah Crespi citation Z. Wu et al., Science Advances 2018 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aat4388 script and story Frankie Schembri research footage Z. Wu et al. Science Advances 2018 research photos Tian Qui Micro, Nano & Molecular Systems Lab, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems 3D model Tian Qiu archival video "Eye Care" Prelinger Archive "How the Eye Functions" Prelinger Archives archival illustrations "A treatise on the diseases of the eye" (1883) "A treatise on disease of the eye, incuding anatomy of the organ" (1868) additional graphic elements The Noun Project music "Urbanizer" "Fear of Neural Nets" "Quantum" by Nguyên Khôi Nguyên