Scientists are mimicking the mini-reptiles' natural gifts in high tech ways.
Sheep could soon don heartbeat-monitoring collars that text shepherds to warn of wolf attack. No, really.
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley draw inspiration from lizards and geckos to develop Tailbot, a new robot that can be used in search-and-rescue missions.
UC Berkeley mini-robot can run up to a ledge, grab it, and swing underneath, evading your swats.
Scientists have designed a new medical bandage that uses technology inspired by geckos' sticky feet. The technology works on a nanoscale level, providing a real-world application for the often-abstract concepts of nanotechnology.
Millions of little rubber stumps hold this bandage on through wet conditions.
For those action shots, Delkin's Fat Gecko can be used to attach a camera to a car hood or even airplane window.
A gecko-inspired adhesive from a University of Massachusetts research team can hold up to 700 pounds on a sheet the size of an index card.
E-notes use tactile and flexible electronic paper technology and are powered by a solar captor.
Jeff is back from honeymooning in Hawaii, and it feels really good now that The 404 is complete again. Follow along with the slideshow as Jeff tells us about his trip!