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  • The Surprisingly Complicated Physics of Carrying a Cup of Coffee — Without Spilling

    Popular Mechanics - 05/02/2022

    Building on prior work at Northeastern University, which found that humans have two main approaches in manipulating a complex object like a fluid, the ASU team simulated those responses, lasering in on the transition phase between the two to understand why humans exhibit a binary response—and to see how robots could learn to do the same in the future. The findings were published in the journal Physical Review Applied in late 2021.

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