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A Tale of a Tail: Bio-Inspired Terrestrial Robotics
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A Tale of a Tail: Bio-Inspired Terrestrial Robotics

What can engineers learn from lizards to design better robots? Find out at the next Cal Maritime Scholar event with Dr. Evan Chang-Siu, Engineering Technology, joined by discussant Dr. Nipoli Kamdar, International Business & Logistics. Dr. Chang-Siu will discuss the use of inertial appendages such as tails to improve the stability and maneuverability of animals … Continue reading

Putting Science to Work: Shaping Research to Solve Environmental Problems
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Putting Science to Work: Shaping Research to Solve Environmental Problems

Join us in ABS 101 on Tuesday, December 3, at 1100 for the next Cal Maritime Scholar event. In response to growing environmental problems, policy makers are calling for more “usable” scientific information. Usable science expands alternatives, clarifies choices, and enables policy makers to achieve desired outcomes. Yet the research community often produces science without … Continue reading

A Schrödinger Puzzle: The Fate of Quantum Superposition
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A Schrödinger Puzzle: The Fate of Quantum Superposition

Please join us for the first Cal Maritime Scholar event of the year on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 11:00 in ABS 101. Dr. Cynthia Trevisan, Science and Math Department, will discuss experiments on X-ray photoionization of small molecules conducted at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. In a typical research project, physicists rarely need to confront … Continue reading