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Boston Dynamics is widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of animal-like robots.
Following Hyundai acquisition, Boston Dynamics’ CEO discusses the robotics pioneer’s future
Since then, Wahl has been a trimmer technology pioneer, creating the first cordless rechargeable hair clipper in 1967, the first cordless beard and mustache trimmer in 1975, and the first vacuuming consumer beard trimmer in 2001.
In addition, mRNA could in the future be used, as BioNTech and Moderna are pioneering, to fight cancer.
These characteristics are exactly the kind of attributes the SETI scientists have been looking for since the astronomer Frank Drake first began the pioneering initiative some 60 years ago.
Seeing an opportunity, some pioneer plants got together and said, “Let’s go!”
In total the film shielded 23 individuals, pioneering a new form of whistleblower protection.
The EV pioneer also joined the S&P 100, replacing oil and gas firm Occidental Petroleum Corp.
A pioneer in the search for exoplanets, or planets orbiting other stars, she came up with the now-standard practice of studying the atmospheres of planets by analyzing the light that filters through them.
As an industry pioneer, Baidu has focused much of its innovation on developing and demonstrating technologies and best practices that can minimize risk.

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