A team of researchers has developed the first adhesive tape that does not only adhere to a surface as reliably as the toes of a gecko, but also possesses similar self-cleaning properties.
A wall-crawling robot inspired by the gecko has taken a small but important step towards a future in space, scientists said on Thursday.
In a new study, researchers have tried to find out how geckos, which are remarkable little creatures that cling to almost any dry plane, cope on surfaces in their natural habitat.
Geckos’ sticky toe pads that allow them to climb up walls and even hang upside down on ceilings have evolved repeatedly, according to a new study.
Lizards are known for their adaptation to extreme conditions and a team is being trained in Russia to be sent to space.
A new study sheds light on why geckos are able to cling on repeatedly to the smoothest surfaces.
Michael Douglas, who is currently recovering from throat cancer, was petrified of reprising his iconic character Gordon Gecko in `Wall Street: Money never Sleeps`.
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