Curiosity Daily: Glass Rain Dinosaur Pain, Snarge Science, Human Skin Cyborg
A new archeological discovery might be from the day of the big asteroid strike that took down the dinosaurs, bird goo is helping us understand airplane accidents, and find out about the most human-like robot finger you’ve ever seen.
Glass Rain Dinosaur Pain
- Tanis: Fossil of Dinosaur Killed in Asteroid Strike Found, Scientists Claim by Jonathan Amos
- Scientists Claim They've Found a Perfectly Preserved Dinosaur Fossil Killed When the Mass Extinction Asteroid Hit the Earth 66 Million Years Ago by Marianne Guenot and Alia Shoaib
- The Day the Dinosaurs Died by Douglas Preston
- A Seismically Induced Onshore Surge Deposit at the KPg Boundary, North Dakota by Robert A. DePalma, et al.
- Chicxulub Impact Event: Discovering the Impact Site by Lunar and Planetary Institute
- ‘Snarge’ Happens, and Studying It Makes Your Flight Safer by Jason Bittel
- Smithsonian Institution, Feather Identification Lab by Federal Aviation Administration
- Bird Strike - An Experimental, Theoretical, and Numerical Investigation by Reza Hedayati and Mojtaba Sadighi.
- Identifying the Bird, When Not Much Bird Is Left by Matthew L. Wald
Human Skin Cyborg
- “How Humanlike Do We Really Want Robots to Be?” by Brian Handwerk
- “Living skin on a robot” by Michio Kawai, Minghao Nie, Haruka Oda, Yuya Morimoto, and Shoji Takeuchi
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