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September 1, 2010 Supercomputing on a Cell Phone
April 6, 2009 RoboClam To The Rescue
December 2, 2008 Robot Clam Achieves Feat with Foot (Scientific American)
December 2, 2008 'RoboClam' Anchor Holds Ships Steady (Discovery Channel)
September 22, 2008Tech: Robotic Snails May Save Lives (Discovery Channel)
August 29, 2009 How snails walk on waters surface (Bizarre News)
July 21, 2008 To put up an oil rig, follow that clam (New Scientist)
July 5, 2008 Snails inspire design for state-of-the-art robots (CNN)
June 26, 2008 How to Walk on Water (Nature News)
February 29, 2008 Champion for the Disabled
August 30, 2007 World in Motion, 2006
August 8, 2007 Slip Sliming Away (Science News for Kids)
March 21, 2007 Substitutes for Snail Slime (Chemical Science)
March 1, 2007 Snail Slime (NOVA Science Now)
September 7, 2006 The Slimiest Snails at the Back of the Pack (New Scientist)
February 18, 2006 Artificial Animalcules: In the microscopic realm, machines learn to swim
   (Science News)
January 26, 2006. RoboSnail Tackles Any Terrain -- Slime Not Included (ABCnews.com)
December 13, 2005. Who wants a slugbot? (news@nature)
August 31, 2005. Jelly talks spread a little learning
August 2005. Discover Mechanical Engineering video
February 26, 2004. Snailís Pace
September 4, 2003. MIT's RoboSnails model novel movements
July 3, 2003. MIT scientists copy the snail's pace (Boston Globe)

 

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