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Past articles by Duncan:

When Charts Go Weird: The Joy of Xenographics

Xenographics can be fun alternatives to the classic bar, line, and pie chart trio - but they can also be more effective for certain kinds of data. → Read More

This smart ring lets you write words and numbers with your thumb

Just make the shapes on your fingers, and a gyroscope and microphone will do the rest. → Read More

Flight's lightbulb moment is nearly here: electric hybrid planes are on the way

The proposed aircraft has three conventional jet engines and an electric turbofan. → Read More

Doctors want to show you the inside of your body in VR

Imaging techniques can now be used to build a virtual cell to explore → Read More

The first asteroid from outside the solar system is like nothing we've ever seen

Observations show a thin, red object travelling through our region of space. → Read More

This nanotube motion sensor could make wearables cheaper

A team from Florida State University has created a new kind of sensor that's cheap and easy to manufacture in bulk. → Read More

Boston Dynamics' Atlas robot can now do backflips

The robotics firm's most humanoid creation is becoming a real gymnast → Read More

Boston Dynamics' Atlas robot can now do backflips

The robotics firm's most humanoid creation is becoming a real gymnast → Read More

Smarter people are better at League of Legends and Dota 2

Researchers have found a link between high levels of intelligence and the ability to perform well at Moba games. → Read More

Biologists have made a beetle with three eyes

Fully functional, in the hope of studying evolutionary development → Read More

The sooner we roll out autonomous cars, the sooner we start saving lives

Researchers say that waiting for 'perfect' self-driving vehicles is a bad idea. → Read More

Nasa's next Mars rover has 23 eyes for scoping out the Red Planet

To spot obstacles, create panoramas, and study the atmosphere. → Read More

This is how your brain changes in space

Shifting upward, and narrowing the 'central sulcus' → Read More

This jellyfish-inspired electronic skin can tell a robot that you're hurting it

Engineers at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology have taken inspiration from the natural world. → Read More

Spider silk could make your smartphone calls clearer

Binghamton University researchers want us to listen more like insects do. → Read More

Reprojection could make your VR experiences lag-free

Taking detail away from the edges of your vision could keep up virtual reality framerates while preserving detail → Read More

Just two words can identify the author of an email

Forensic linguists show we're easier to identify via our emails than you'd imagine. → Read More

Harvard's RoboBee can handle water better than a real bee

Roboticists from Harvard have developed the first microrobot capable of passing through water. → Read More

Test system finds thousands of errors in driverless car software waiting to happen

A team of researchers has come up with a way to test the logic of neural networks. → Read More

Underwater microphones can reveal where and when something hits the sea

Cardiff University researchers have developed a method for locating the exact time and place something hits the ocean. → Read More