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Culture october 12, 2015

This Robot Mimics Your Movements to Transport You to Another Place

DORA robot aims to help users explore remote locations by providing an immersive virtual experience

Design august 20, 2015

Color-Changing Helmets Won’t Just Minimize Trauma, They’ll Detect It

Color-changing polymer developed by University of Pennsylvania reveals head trauma, helping flag injuries that might have gone untreated

Design april 10, 2014

Building A Robot Is As Easy As Cutting And Pasting [Video]

Functional paper robots bring origami into the 21st century.

Technology october 7, 2013

What Facebook Status Updates Reveal About Users’ Personalities [Pics]

Facebook statuses provide a window into the psychological world of humans.

Advertising september 20, 2013

Wharton MBA Courses Available Online For Free

The prestigious business school is the first to make a series of foundation courses available to the masses at no cost.

Innovation april 30, 2013

Binge Eating Could Be Cured Using Deep Brain Stimulation

A new study involving mice, reported in the Journal of Neuroscience, suggests that the treatment could reduce obesity.

Technology july 5, 2012

Scientists 3D Print Blood Vessels Using Sugar [Video]

Researchers move a step closer to creating an artificial lab-grown organs.

Cities june 23, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

We bring you the most stimulating and exciting stories from the world of wellness research.

Innovation march 7, 2012

How Young Women Are Changing The Way We Speak

Linguistic research analyzes the role of females in driving speech trends.

Gaming march 2, 2012

PSFK Pick’s: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

We bring you the most stimulating and exciting stories from the world of wellness research.

Advertising april 6, 2011

PSFK Conference Speaker Interview: Dan Cherry III

The New York Cosmos Chief Marketing Officer shares his views on the importance of observational research, and the collegiate moment that shaped his approach to communications.

Culture february 10, 2010

The Science Behind Online Sharing

A recent New York Times article examines the science behind online sharing.

Advertising november 16, 2009

Implantable Electronics that Dissolve in the Body

Using thin, flexible silicon electronics attached to a silk substrate, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have made electronics that can almost completely dissolve inside the body.

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