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The controller now mimics what your character’s hands might be feeling.

The stress tests were tailored specifically to each task, using data taken from the real world or data that mimicked the real world.

We have the capability to do that with messenger RNA, which translates DNA into proteins that mimic the proteins found on the coronavirus and help the body build immunity.

The blow produces an explosion of fast-moving plasma, a mixture of charged particles, that mimics the behavior of plasma erupting from supernovas.

This emerging technology teaches computers to mimic tasks or activities that the human brain usually handles.

Likewise, Richard Taylor, a physicist at the University of Oregon, reported increases in alpha power in subjects viewing images of increasingly complex fractal patterns, which mimic the complexity of nature scenes.

They’re finding ways to mimic gravity and figuring out what to feed people to keep them healthy.

Let’s learn about MarsBethany BrookshireNovember 10, 2020Science News For Students

Toasting the nibs teases out the warm flavors, and pairing them with a grassy blanco tequila makes a best-of-Mexico sipper that easily mimics the appearance and depth of a brown spirit, offset by the brightness of agave.

Studying those sensory roles can hint at ways to mimic nature for robotics and provide a window into the evolution of touch.

The curved tubes mimic the geometry of the original 1903 Harley without adding a lot of unnecessary over-the-top accessories like a fake gas tank or other purely aesthetic add-ons.

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