H. Steven Beg

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The ability of bacteria to attach to surfaces has been recognized as an important phenomenon, particularly for pathogenic organisms that utilize this capacity to initiate disease. The present investigation was undertaken to determine whether indigenous urogenital bacteria, lactobacilli, colonized prosthetic devices in vivo and in vitro and attached to(More)
Currently, robots operating in unstructured environments rely heavily on visual feedback from cameras to perform tasks. However, in many situations visual feedback is not available, for example if the robot must work in the dark or grab an object from a bag. In these environments, haptic feedback in the robot’s hands can augment visual feedback to help the(More)
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