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  1. Advancing social media strategies in organisations, using collective intelligence February 12, 2010

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  2. Collecive intelligence tools for supporting global cooperative work February 12, 2010

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  3. ‘Period Plimsolls’: the gender-specific running shoe February 12, 2010

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  4. Extinct eskimo DNA helps recreate ancient civilisation February 12, 2010

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  5. Stuttering is in the genes, scientists find February 12, 2010

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  6. Drop the ‘mickey mouse’ degrees says head of Royal Society of Chemistry February 12, 2010

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  7. ChIMERA: The giant single-celled robot February 12, 2010

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  8. Robonaut 2 humanoid robot February 12, 2010

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  9. Bacteria powered bots February 12, 2010

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  10. Robot Evolution February 12, 2010

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  11. Spirit Mars rover gets a new mission February 12, 2010

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  12. Mahru-Z domestic robot maid February 12, 2010

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  13. Living with robots short film February 12, 2010

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  14. Lockheed Martin HULC exoskeleton’s new power source February 12, 2010

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  15. Gottingen robot learns how best to move on its own February 12, 2010

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  16. New Staff Bios Added to Team Page February 12, 2010

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  17. Which Consequentialism? Machine Ethics and Moral Divergence February 12, 2010

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  18. SIAI Media Director Michael Anissimov on KUSP Radio in Santa Cruz February 12, 2010

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  19. Myomo e100 Neuro-Robotic System helping paralyzed patients February 11, 2010

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  20. Chip and pin card readers fundamentally flawed February 11, 2010

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  21. Dark matter ‘seen for first time’ February 11, 2010

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  22. Hubble films twin auroras on Saturn February 11, 2010

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  23. Rhubarb crumble – the new cancer-busting superfood February 11, 2010

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  24. Chocolate ‘can help prevent stroke’ February 11, 2010

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  25. We evolved to walk on heels in order to save energy while out hunter gathering February 11, 2010

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