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Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Walk like a scorpion - Robots don't have to be smart to make it across thedesert, NEW SCI, 170(2287), 2001, pp. 18-18

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Cool colours, man - Heat-sensitive paint is the latest thing in climate control, NEW SCI, 170(2287), 2001, pp. 20-20

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Power dressing - Plug your palmtop into your threads and throw away those batteries, NEW SCI, 170(2286), 2001, pp. 21-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Independence day - A good dose of hormones is what robots need if we want them to act on their own initiative, NEW SCI, 170(2286), 2001, pp. 22-22

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Your wish is my machine code - Who needs software engineers? Soon we'll all be programmers ..., NEW SCI, 170(2285), 2001, pp. 21-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Going commando - What every SEAL needs is a diving suit that doubles as daywear, NEW SCI, 169(2284), 2001, pp. 22-22

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Asleep at the wheel - Software will stay awake and tell dozy drivers when to pull off the road, NEW SCI, 169(2283), 2001, pp. 24-24

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Sounds alarming - Even the steady rumble of traffic can raise children's blood pressure, NEW SCI, 169(2282), 2001, pp. 5-5

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Kill the music if you want good grades, NEW SCI, 169(2282), 2001, pp. 17-17

Authors: Edwards, R Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: R. Edwards et D. Graham-rowe, Guilty as charged - Powerful fields from pylons and cables are linked to childhood cancer, NEW SCI, 169(2281), 2001, pp. 7-7

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Feel it in your fingers - Tactile pads in the steering wheel could make dashboards redundant, NEW SCI, 169(2281), 2001, pp. 24-24

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, How pilots can steer clear of erupting volcanoes, NEW SCI, 169(2281), 2001, pp. 24-24

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Humble chemical has starring role as superconductor, NEW SCI, 169(2280), 2001, pp. 6-6

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Whizz-kid computer - Have programs got smart enough to learn language the way we do?, NEW SCI, 169(2280), 2001, pp. 21-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, A breath of fresh air for future Concordes, NEW SCI, 169(2280), 2001, pp. 22-22

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Candid cameras, NEW SCI, 169(2279), 2001, pp. 12-12

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Armed and ready - They say walls have ears, and now they're about to grow robotic limbs, NEW SCI, 169(2279), 2001, pp. 20-20

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Mind reader - An artificial brain aims to pick up early signs of schizophrenia, NEW SCI, 169(2279), 2001, pp. 23-23

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Tune in, tune out - Ignore that party bore, now you can choose who you want to hear, NEW SCI, 169(2278), 2001, pp. 21-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D Crystall, B Lawton, G
Citation: D. Graham-rowe et al., Jobs for the bots, NEW SCI, 169(2277), 2001, pp. 26-35

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Something in the way she phones ..., NEW SCI, 169(2276), 2001, pp. 12-12

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Robot nails online gossips, NEW SCI, 169(2276), 2001, pp. 15-15

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Watch out for the bends - A wristwatch that monitors blood gases could save divers' lives, NEW SCI, 169(2273), 2001, pp. 9-9

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Fleet of foot - Umbrella boots are perfect for getting around in microgravity, NEW SCI, 169(2273), 2001, pp. 21-21

Authors: Samuel, E Robins, M Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: E. Samuel et al., Play time, NEW SCI, 169(2272), 2001, pp. 42-42
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