Markus Buehler

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Markus Buehler says : "They can just draw their proposal and find out," External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Many generations of mathematicians and engineers have written down these equations and then figured out how to solve them on computers," "But it's still a tough problem. It's very expensive -- it can take days, weeks, or even months to run some simulations. So, we thought: Let's teach an AI to do this problem for you" External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "I really think this method is going to have a huge impact," "Empowering engineers with AI is really what we're trying to do here" External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "So, from a picture, the computer is able to predict all those forces: the deformations, the stresses, and so forth," "That's really the breakthrough -- in the conventional way, you would need to code the equations and ask the computer to solve partial differential equations. We just go picture to picture" External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "That's why these neural networks are a great fit for describing material properties," External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "As a material scientist, you would want to know if the model can recreate those singularities," External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "They can just draw their proposal and find out," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Many generations of mathematicians and engineers have written down these equations and then figured out how to solve them on computers," "But it's still a tough problem. It's very expensive -- it can take days, weeks, or even months to run some simulations. So, we thought: Let's teach an AI to do this problem for you" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "I really think this method is going to have a huge impact," "Empowering engineers with AI is really what we're trying to do here" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "So, from a picture, the computer is able to predict all those forces: the deformations, the stresses, and so forth," "That's really the breakthrough -- in the conventional way, you would need to code the equations and ask the computer to solve partial differential equations. We just go picture to picture" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "That's why these neural networks are a great fit for describing material properties," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "As a material scientist, you would want to know if the model can recreate those singularities," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "They can just draw their proposal and find out," External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Many generations of mathematicians and engineers have written down these equations and then figured out how to solve them on computers," "But it's still a tough problem. It's very expensive—it can take days, weeks, or even months to run some simulations. So, we thought: Let's teach an AI to do this problem for you" External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "I really think this method is going to have a huge impact," "Empowering engineers with AI is really what we're trying to do here" External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "So, from a picture, the computer is able to predict all those forces: the deformations, the stresses, and so forth," "That's really the breakthrough—in the conventional way, you would need to code the equations and ask the computer to solve partial differential equations. We just go picture to picture" External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "That's why these neural networks are a great fit for describing material properties," External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "As a material scientist, you would want to know if the model can recreate those singularities," External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “Spiders are a whole different animal,” “What they see or sense isn’t actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Sunday, April 18, 2021 1:15:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way,” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Sunday, April 18, 2021 1:15:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The reason why I did that is I wanted to be able to transfer information really from the spider perspective, which is very atonal and weird and spooky, if you wish, to something that is more human," External link

abc7ny Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:13:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

abc7ny Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:13:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wcvb Thursday, April 15, 2021 1:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

Koat Thursday, April 15, 2021 1:01:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wxii12 Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wesh Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

kcci Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:00:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wmur Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:50:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wyff4 Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:40:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wlwt Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:38:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

9news Thursday, April 15, 2021 4:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The reason why I did that is I wanted to be able to transfer information really from the spider perspective, which is very atonal and weird and spooky, if you wish, to something that is more human," External link

fox10tv Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:54:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

fox10tv Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:54:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The reason why I did that is I wanted to be able to transfer information really from the spider perspective, which is very atonal and weird and spooky, if you wish, to something that is more human," External link

cbs46 Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:39:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

cbs46 Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:39:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler indique : “La toile d’araignée peut être considérée comme une extension du corps de l’araignée, en ce sens qu’elle y vit, mais qu’elle l’utilise aussi comme un capteur. Lorsque vous entrez dans le monde de la réalité virtuelle et que vous plongez à l’intérieur de la toile, le fait de pouvoir entendre ce qui se passe vous permet de comprendre ce que vous voyez” External link

huffingtonpost-fr-fr Wednesday, April 14, 2021 8:02:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders are a whole different animal," "What they see or sense isn't actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that" External link

thepeninsulaqatar Wednesday, April 14, 2021 7:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way," External link

thepeninsulaqatar Wednesday, April 14, 2021 7:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explains : “The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings,” External link

smithsonianmag Wednesday, April 14, 2021 6:23:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler tells : “When you see the structure of a spider web, it reminds you somewhat of a harp or a stringed instrument. So, the question came up, ‘What if you were to think about modeling these strings as vibrating objects?’” External link

smithsonianmag Wednesday, April 14, 2021 6:23:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler tells : “Spiders are silent, and the web itself is also something you don’t associate with sound,” External link

smithsonianmag Wednesday, April 14, 2021 6:23:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders are a whole different animal," "What they see or sense isn't actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that" External link

JakartaPost Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way," External link

JakartaPost Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The spider web can be viewed as an extension of the body of the spider, in that it lives within it, but also uses it as a sensor,” External link

newscientist Wednesday, April 14, 2021 12:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders are a whole different animal," "What they see or sense isn't actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that" External link

HindustanTimes Wednesday, April 14, 2021 7:21:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way," External link

HindustanTimes Wednesday, April 14, 2021 7:21:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “Spiders are a whole different animal,” “What they see or sense isn’t actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that” External link

AsiaOne Wednesday, April 14, 2021 5:00:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way,” External link

AsiaOne Wednesday, April 14, 2021 5:00:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders are a whole different animal," "What they see or sense isn't actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that" External link

wsau Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:53:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way," External link

wsau Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:53:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings," External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The virtual reality environment is really intriguing because your ears are going to pick up structural features that you might see but not immediately recognize," "By hearing it and seeing it at the same time, you can really start to understand the environment the spider lives in" External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The sounds our harp-like instrument makes change during the process, reflecting the way the spider builds the web," "So, we can explore the temporal sequence of how the web is being constructed in audible form" External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "In the virtual reality environment, we can begin to pull the web apart, and when we do that, the tension of the strings and the sound they produce change. At some point, the strands break, and they make a snapping sound," External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Now we're trying to generate synthetic signals to basically speak the language of the spider," "If we expose them to certain patterns of rhythms or vibrations, can we affect what they do, and can we begin to communicate with them? Those are really exciting ideas" External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings,” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The virtual reality environment is really intriguing because your ears are going to pick up structural features that you might see but not immediately recognize,” “By hearing it and seeing it at the same time, you can really start to understand the environment the spider lives in” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The sounds our harp-like instrument makes change during the process, reflecting the way the spider builds the web,” “So, we can explore the temporal sequence of how the web is being constructed in audible form” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “In the virtual reality environment, we can begin to pull the web apart, and when we do that, the tension of the strings and the sound they produce change. At some point, the strands break, and they make a snapping sound,” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Now we’re trying to generate synthetic signals to basically speak the language of the spider,” “If we expose them to certain patterns of rhythms or vibrations, can we affect what they do, and can we begin to communicate with them? Those are really exciting ideas” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings," External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The virtual reality environment is really intriguing because your ears are going to pick up structural features that you might see but not immediately recognize," "By hearing it and seeing it at the same time, you can really start to understand the environment the spider lives in" External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The sounds our harp-like instrument makes change during the process, reflecting the way the spider builds the web," "So, we can explore the temporal sequence of how the web is being constructed in audible form" External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "In the virtual reality environment, we can begin to pull the web apart, and when we do that, the tension of the strings and the sound they produce change. At some point, the strands break, and they make a snapping sound," External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Now we're trying to generate synthetic signals to basically speak the language of the spider," "If we expose them to certain patterns of rhythms or vibrations, can we affect what they do, and can we begin to communicate with them? Those are really exciting ideas" External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings," External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The virtual reality environment is really intriguing because your ears are going to pick up structural features that you might see but not immediately recognize," "By hearing it and seeing it at the same time, you can really start to understand the environment the spider lives in" External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The sounds our harp-like instrument makes change during the process, reflecting the way the spider builds the web," "So, we can explore the temporal sequence of how the web is being constructed in audible form" External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "In the virtual reality environment, we can begin to pull the web apart, and when we do that, the tension of the strings and the sound they produce change. At some point, the strands break, and they make a snapping sound," External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Now we're trying to generate synthetic signals to basically speak the language of the spider ," "If we expose them to certain patterns of rhythms or vibrations, can we affect what they do, and can we begin to communicate with them? Those are really exciting ideas" External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music,” External link

nypost Tuesday, April 21, 2020 10:59:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : “It’s very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself,” External link

nypost Tuesday, April 21, 2020 10:59:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “open our brains to other ways of processing information,” External link

nypost Tuesday, April 21, 2020 10:59:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them – that maybe takes a couple of years. We don’t have the luxury of time,” External link

nypost Tuesday, April 21, 2020 10:59:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : “It’s very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “open our brains to other ways of processing information,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them – that maybe takes a couple of years. We don’t have the luxury of time,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music,” External link

tribune Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : “It’s very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself,” External link

tribune Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “open our brains to other ways of processing information,” External link

tribune Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them – that maybe takes a couple of years. We don’t have the luxury of time,” External link

tribune Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music,” External link

thehimalayantimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : “It’s very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself,” External link

thehimalayantimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “open our brains to other ways of processing information,” External link

thehimalayantimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them – that maybe takes a couple of years. We don’t have the luxury of time,” External link

thehimalayantimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music," External link

wsau Monday, April 20, 2020 10:18:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : "It's very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself," External link

wsau Monday, April 20, 2020 10:18:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "open our brains to other ways of processing information," External link

wsau Monday, April 20, 2020 10:18:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them - that maybe takes a couple of years. We don't have the luxury of time," External link

wsau Monday, April 20, 2020 10:18:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music," External link

news-yahoo Monday, April 20, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : "It's very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself," External link

news-yahoo Monday, April 20, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "open our brains to other ways of processing information," External link

news-yahoo Monday, April 20, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them - that maybe takes a couple of years. We don't have the luxury of time," External link

news-yahoo Monday, April 20, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler afirmou : "Nosso cérebro é ótimo no processamento de som! De uma só vez, nossos ouvidos captam todas as suas características hierárquicas: tom, timbre, volume, melodia, ritmo e acordes . Essas estruturas são pequenas demais para os olhos verem, mas podem ser ouvidas" External link

ogloboglobo Monday, April 13, 2020 8:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler writes : “doesn’t really convey the deadly impacts this particular protein is having on the world,” “The music is a metaphor for [the virus’ ability] to deceive the host and exploit it for its own multiplication” External link

WashingtonPost Saturday, April 11, 2020 2:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler souligne : «Nos cerveaux sont excellents dans le traitement du son! D’un seul coup, nos oreilles captent toutes ses caractéristiques hiérarchiques: hauteur, timbre, volume, mélodie, rythme et accords. Nous aurions besoin d’un microscope de grande puissance pour voir les détails équivalents dans une image, et nous ne pourrions jamais tout voir en même temps» External link

letemps Wednesday, April 8, 2020 1:13:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler assure : «La compréhension de ces modèles vibratoires est essentielle pour la conception de médicaments» External link

letemps Wednesday, April 8, 2020 1:13:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “We believe the analysis of sound can actually help us understand the material worldsciencebetter,” External link

scientificamerican Wednesday, March 18, 2020 4:44:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Just like in a painting, the new protein sounds are like a new color palette that could be inventedcolors no one has ever seenbut which can now be used to create art,” External link

scientificamerican Wednesday, March 18, 2020 4:44:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The shortcoming is the model doesn't tell us what's really going on inside. We just know it works," External link

business-standard Tuesday, July 9, 2019 12:25:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "When you look at a molecule in a textbook, it's static," External link

business-standard Tuesday, July 9, 2019 12:25:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "When you look at a molecule in a textbook, it's static," "But it's not static at all. It's moving and vibrating. Every bit of matter is a set of vibrations. And we can use this concept as a way of describing matter" External link

sciencedaily Friday, June 28, 2019 10:31:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "There are no synthetic or natural instruments used, showing how this new source of sounds can be utilized as a creative platform," External link

sciencedaily Friday, June 28, 2019 10:31:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "When you look at a molecule in a textbook, it's static," "But it's not static at all. It's moving and vibrating. Every bit of matter is a set of vibrations. And we can use this concept as a way of describing matter" External link

phys Thursday, June 27, 2019 8:24:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "There are no synthetic or natural instruments used, showing how this new source of sounds can be utilized as a creative platform," External link

phys Thursday, June 27, 2019 8:24:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "When you look at a molecule in a textbook, it's static," "But it's not static at all. It's moving and vibrating. Every bit of matter is a set of vibrations. And we can use this concept as a way of describing matter" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, June 26, 2019 4:50:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "There are no synthetic or natural instruments used, showing how this new source of sounds can be utilized as a creative platform," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, June 26, 2019 4:50:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” External link

labmanager Wednesday, March 6, 2019 6:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The protein has a rotational symmetry built in,” External link

labmanager Wednesday, March 6, 2019 6:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior,” External link

labmanager Wednesday, March 6, 2019 6:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven’t looked at yet,” External link

labmanager Wednesday, March 6, 2019 6:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” External link

ecnmag Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The protein has a rotational symmetry built in,” External link

ecnmag Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior,” External link

ecnmag Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven’t looked at yet,” External link

ecnmag Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” External link

pddnet Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The protein has a rotational symmetry built in,” External link

pddnet Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior,” External link

pddnet Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven’t looked at yet,” External link

pddnet Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” “It’s very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity” External link

marketbusinessnews Monday, March 4, 2019 8:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” “It’s very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity” External link

marketbusinessnews Monday, March 4, 2019 7:49:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community, as a novel way of controlling certain kinds of sensors or control devices," External link

newindianexpress Sunday, March 3, 2019 9:19:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

newindianexpress Sunday, March 3, 2019 9:19:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "It's very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity," External link

newindianexpress Sunday, March 3, 2019 9:19:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "We haven't found any biological significance for the twisting motion," External link

newindianexpress Sunday, March 3, 2019 9:19:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community, as a novel way of controlling certain kinds of sensors or control devices," External link

business-standard Sunday, March 3, 2019 11:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

business-standard Sunday, March 3, 2019 11:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "It's very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity," External link

business-standard Sunday, March 3, 2019 11:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "We haven't found any biological significance for the twisting motion," External link

business-standard Sunday, March 3, 2019 11:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community," External link

farsnews-en Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:27:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The protein has a rotational symmetry built in," External link

farsnews-en Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:27:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior," External link

farsnews-en Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:27:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

farsnews-en Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:27:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” External link

eurasiareview Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:24:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The protein has a rotational symmetry built in,” External link

eurasiareview Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:24:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior,” External link

eurasiareview Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:24:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven’t looked at yet,” External link

eurasiareview Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:24:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community," External link

sciencedaily Saturday, March 2, 2019 1:58:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The protein has a rotational symmetry built in," External link

sciencedaily Saturday, March 2, 2019 1:58:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior," External link

sciencedaily Saturday, March 2, 2019 1:58:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

sciencedaily Saturday, March 2, 2019 1:58:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community," External link

eurekalert Friday, March 1, 2019 11:06:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The protein has a rotational symmetry built in," External link

eurekalert Friday, March 1, 2019 11:06:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior," External link

eurekalert Friday, March 1, 2019 11:06:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

eurekalert Friday, March 1, 2019 11:06:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community. It is very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity" External link

themirror Friday, March 1, 2019 10:41:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "We haven't found any biological significance" External link

themirror Friday, March 1, 2019 10:41:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The protein has a rotational symmetry built in" External link

themirror Friday, March 1, 2019 10:41:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “We’re using insights from physics and chemistry and applying these to quantum mechanics. What we’re doing with AI is letting computers rediscover the relationships between variables, going back to before Newton discovered gravity,” External link

rdmag Tuesday, December 11, 2018 9:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “We can create the relationships between variables and then ask the AI system, 'how would this design perform? What if I make the molecules longer, or shorter, or add different chemistry?' The computer will tell us whether the performance will be better or worse. It takes only a couple of microseconds to perform one iteration, while the conventional method might take days or weeks,” External link

rdmag Tuesday, December 11, 2018 9:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You can replace the material itself with anything. The geometry is the dominant factor. It’s something that has the potential to transfer to many things,” External link

ibtimes Wednesday, March 1, 2017 10:28:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "That's why we can write with a pencil, so we scrape off little layers of graphene, basically," External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The surface in this gyroid is continuous," "So if you look at a small piece, it's always two-dimensional. It's always perfectly connected. But if you zoom out, it forms a three-dimensional structure, so you can build things with them" External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Geometry is really important for the property," "It's not so much the material itself" External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Using weakness to create strength is something that we see a lot in many biological organisms and living systems, in many proteins, actually in spider webs," "We see that the individual elements are very weak, and it's actually not a weakness for the whole system but it's a strength at the end of the day, because it allows for local failures to occur" External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Because engineers typically like to over-design and make things very strong --stronger than necessary," External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "In the case of an airplane, or in the case of a car, or maybe in a building, I think the biggest advantage actually is that you don't need any welding or connecting points," "The reason why things break, usually, is because you have either welded them, you have screwed them, glued them, and these create stress concentrations that lead quickly to corrosion or lead to some kind of imperfections" External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler admitted : “They are not very useful for making 3D materials that could be used in vehicles, buildings, or devices,” External link

register Friday, January 20, 2017 10:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You could either use the real graphene material or use the geometry we discovered with other materials, like polymers or metals,” “You can replace the material itself with anything. The geometry is the dominant factor. It’s something that has the potential to transfer to many things” External link

register Friday, January 20, 2017 10:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler diz : "Mas conseguimos tornar realidade a vontade de transformar esses materiais de duas dimensões em estruturas tridimensionais" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, January 17, 2017 7:05:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler disse : "É possível substituir esse material por qualquer coisa. A geometria é o fator dominante. Trata-se de um elemento que tem o potencial de ser modelado" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, January 17, 2017 7:05:00 PM EAT



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Markus Buehler says : "They can just draw their proposal and find out," External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Many generations of mathematicians and engineers have written down these equations and then figured out how to solve them on computers," "But it's still a tough problem. It's very expensive -- it can take days, weeks, or even months to run some simulations. So, we thought: Let's teach an AI to do this problem for you" External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "I really think this method is going to have a huge impact," "Empowering engineers with AI is really what we're trying to do here" External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "So, from a picture, the computer is able to predict all those forces: the deformations, the stresses, and so forth," "That's really the breakthrough -- in the conventional way, you would need to code the equations and ask the computer to solve partial differential equations. We just go picture to picture" External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "That's why these neural networks are a great fit for describing material properties," External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "As a material scientist, you would want to know if the model can recreate those singularities," External link

sciencedaily Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:52:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "They can just draw their proposal and find out," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Many generations of mathematicians and engineers have written down these equations and then figured out how to solve them on computers," "But it's still a tough problem. It's very expensive -- it can take days, weeks, or even months to run some simulations. So, we thought: Let's teach an AI to do this problem for you" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "I really think this method is going to have a huge impact," "Empowering engineers with AI is really what we're trying to do here" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "So, from a picture, the computer is able to predict all those forces: the deformations, the stresses, and so forth," "That's really the breakthrough -- in the conventional way, you would need to code the equations and ask the computer to solve partial differential equations. We just go picture to picture" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "That's why these neural networks are a great fit for describing material properties," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "As a material scientist, you would want to know if the model can recreate those singularities," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:42:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "They can just draw their proposal and find out," External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Many generations of mathematicians and engineers have written down these equations and then figured out how to solve them on computers," "But it's still a tough problem. It's very expensive—it can take days, weeks, or even months to run some simulations. So, we thought: Let's teach an AI to do this problem for you" External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "I really think this method is going to have a huge impact," "Empowering engineers with AI is really what we're trying to do here" External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "So, from a picture, the computer is able to predict all those forces: the deformations, the stresses, and so forth," "That's really the breakthrough—in the conventional way, you would need to code the equations and ask the computer to solve partial differential equations. We just go picture to picture" External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "That's why these neural networks are a great fit for describing material properties," External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "As a material scientist, you would want to know if the model can recreate those singularities," External link

phys Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “Spiders are a whole different animal,” “What they see or sense isn’t actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Sunday, April 18, 2021 1:15:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way,” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Sunday, April 18, 2021 1:15:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The reason why I did that is I wanted to be able to transfer information really from the spider perspective, which is very atonal and weird and spooky, if you wish, to something that is more human," External link

abc7ny Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:13:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

abc7ny Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:13:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wcvb Thursday, April 15, 2021 1:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

Koat Thursday, April 15, 2021 1:01:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wxii12 Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wesh Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

kcci Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:00:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wmur Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:50:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wyff4 Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:40:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

wlwt Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:38:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

9news Thursday, April 15, 2021 4:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The reason why I did that is I wanted to be able to transfer information really from the spider perspective, which is very atonal and weird and spooky, if you wish, to something that is more human," External link

fox10tv Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:54:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

fox10tv Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:54:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The reason why I did that is I wanted to be able to transfer information really from the spider perspective, which is very atonal and weird and spooky, if you wish, to something that is more human," External link

cbs46 Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:39:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders have very keen vibrational sensors, they use vibrations as a way to orient themselves, to communicate with other spiders and so the idea of thinking literally like a spider would experience the world was something that was very obvious to us as spider material scientists," External link

cbs46 Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:39:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler indique : “La toile d’araignée peut être considérée comme une extension du corps de l’araignée, en ce sens qu’elle y vit, mais qu’elle l’utilise aussi comme un capteur. Lorsque vous entrez dans le monde de la réalité virtuelle et que vous plongez à l’intérieur de la toile, le fait de pouvoir entendre ce qui se passe vous permet de comprendre ce que vous voyez” External link

huffingtonpost-fr-fr Wednesday, April 14, 2021 8:02:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders are a whole different animal," "What they see or sense isn't actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that" External link

thepeninsulaqatar Wednesday, April 14, 2021 7:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way," External link

thepeninsulaqatar Wednesday, April 14, 2021 7:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explains : “The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings,” External link

smithsonianmag Wednesday, April 14, 2021 6:23:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler tells : “When you see the structure of a spider web, it reminds you somewhat of a harp or a stringed instrument. So, the question came up, ‘What if you were to think about modeling these strings as vibrating objects?’” External link

smithsonianmag Wednesday, April 14, 2021 6:23:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler tells : “Spiders are silent, and the web itself is also something you don’t associate with sound,” External link

smithsonianmag Wednesday, April 14, 2021 6:23:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders are a whole different animal," "What they see or sense isn't actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that" External link

JakartaPost Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way," External link

JakartaPost Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:20:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The spider web can be viewed as an extension of the body of the spider, in that it lives within it, but also uses it as a sensor,” External link

newscientist Wednesday, April 14, 2021 12:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders are a whole different animal," "What they see or sense isn't actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that" External link

HindustanTimes Wednesday, April 14, 2021 7:21:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way," External link

HindustanTimes Wednesday, April 14, 2021 7:21:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “Spiders are a whole different animal,” “What they see or sense isn’t actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that” External link

AsiaOne Wednesday, April 14, 2021 5:00:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way,” External link

AsiaOne Wednesday, April 14, 2021 5:00:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "Spiders are a whole different animal," "What they see or sense isn't actually audible or visible to the human eye or the human ear. And so by transposing it, we begin to experience that" External link

wsau Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:53:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The melodies are really the kind of relationships that the spider would also experience. And so we can begin to feel a little bit like a spider in that way," External link

wsau Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:53:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings," External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The virtual reality environment is really intriguing because your ears are going to pick up structural features that you might see but not immediately recognize," "By hearing it and seeing it at the same time, you can really start to understand the environment the spider lives in" External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The sounds our harp-like instrument makes change during the process, reflecting the way the spider builds the web," "So, we can explore the temporal sequence of how the web is being constructed in audible form" External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "In the virtual reality environment, we can begin to pull the web apart, and when we do that, the tension of the strings and the sound they produce change. At some point, the strands break, and they make a snapping sound," External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Now we're trying to generate synthetic signals to basically speak the language of the spider," "If we expose them to certain patterns of rhythms or vibrations, can we affect what they do, and can we begin to communicate with them? Those are really exciting ideas" External link

sciencedaily Monday, April 12, 2021 4:09:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings,” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The virtual reality environment is really intriguing because your ears are going to pick up structural features that you might see but not immediately recognize,” “By hearing it and seeing it at the same time, you can really start to understand the environment the spider lives in” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The sounds our harp-like instrument makes change during the process, reflecting the way the spider builds the web,” “So, we can explore the temporal sequence of how the web is being constructed in audible form” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “In the virtual reality environment, we can begin to pull the web apart, and when we do that, the tension of the strings and the sound they produce change. At some point, the strands break, and they make a snapping sound,” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Now we’re trying to generate synthetic signals to basically speak the language of the spider,” “If we expose them to certain patterns of rhythms or vibrations, can we affect what they do, and can we begin to communicate with them? Those are really exciting ideas” External link

innovations-report Monday, April 12, 2021 2:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings," External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The virtual reality environment is really intriguing because your ears are going to pick up structural features that you might see but not immediately recognize," "By hearing it and seeing it at the same time, you can really start to understand the environment the spider lives in" External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The sounds our harp-like instrument makes change during the process, reflecting the way the spider builds the web," "So, we can explore the temporal sequence of how the web is being constructed in audible form" External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "In the virtual reality environment, we can begin to pull the web apart, and when we do that, the tension of the strings and the sound they produce change. At some point, the strands break, and they make a snapping sound," External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Now we're trying to generate synthetic signals to basically speak the language of the spider," "If we expose them to certain patterns of rhythms or vibrations, can we affect what they do, and can we begin to communicate with them? Those are really exciting ideas" External link

eurekalert Monday, April 12, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The spider lives in an environment of vibrating strings," External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The virtual reality environment is really intriguing because your ears are going to pick up structural features that you might see but not immediately recognize," "By hearing it and seeing it at the same time, you can really start to understand the environment the spider lives in" External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The sounds our harp-like instrument makes change during the process, reflecting the way the spider builds the web," "So, we can explore the temporal sequence of how the web is being constructed in audible form" External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "In the virtual reality environment, we can begin to pull the web apart, and when we do that, the tension of the strings and the sound they produce change. At some point, the strands break, and they make a snapping sound," External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Now we're trying to generate synthetic signals to basically speak the language of the spider ," "If we expose them to certain patterns of rhythms or vibrations, can we affect what they do, and can we begin to communicate with them? Those are really exciting ideas" External link

phys Monday, April 12, 2021 12:34:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music,” External link

nypost Tuesday, April 21, 2020 10:59:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : “It’s very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself,” External link

nypost Tuesday, April 21, 2020 10:59:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “open our brains to other ways of processing information,” External link

nypost Tuesday, April 21, 2020 10:59:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them – that maybe takes a couple of years. We don’t have the luxury of time,” External link

nypost Tuesday, April 21, 2020 10:59:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : “It’s very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “open our brains to other ways of processing information,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them – that maybe takes a couple of years. We don’t have the luxury of time,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music,” External link

tribune Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : “It’s very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself,” External link

tribune Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “open our brains to other ways of processing information,” External link

tribune Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them – that maybe takes a couple of years. We don’t have the luxury of time,” External link

tribune Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music,” External link

thehimalayantimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : “It’s very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself,” External link

thehimalayantimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “open our brains to other ways of processing information,” External link

thehimalayantimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them – that maybe takes a couple of years. We don’t have the luxury of time,” External link

thehimalayantimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music," External link

wsau Monday, April 20, 2020 10:18:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : "It's very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself," External link

wsau Monday, April 20, 2020 10:18:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "open our brains to other ways of processing information," External link

wsau Monday, April 20, 2020 10:18:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them - that maybe takes a couple of years. We don't have the luxury of time," External link

wsau Monday, April 20, 2020 10:18:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "You would need many different images, many different magnifications to see with your eyes, what your ears can pick up with just a couple of seconds of music," External link

news-yahoo Monday, April 20, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler explained : "It's very efficient in tricking the cell to open up the doors, infecting you and propagating itself," External link

news-yahoo Monday, April 20, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "open our brains to other ways of processing information," External link

news-yahoo Monday, April 20, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The traditional approach, where you make a bunch of proteins and you do clinical trials and you keep repeating them - that maybe takes a couple of years. We don't have the luxury of time," External link

news-yahoo Monday, April 20, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler afirmou : "Nosso cérebro é ótimo no processamento de som! De uma só vez, nossos ouvidos captam todas as suas características hierárquicas: tom, timbre, volume, melodia, ritmo e acordes . Essas estruturas são pequenas demais para os olhos verem, mas podem ser ouvidas" External link

ogloboglobo Monday, April 13, 2020 8:53:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler writes : “doesn’t really convey the deadly impacts this particular protein is having on the world,” “The music is a metaphor for [the virus’ ability] to deceive the host and exploit it for its own multiplication” External link

WashingtonPost Saturday, April 11, 2020 2:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler souligne : «Nos cerveaux sont excellents dans le traitement du son! D’un seul coup, nos oreilles captent toutes ses caractéristiques hiérarchiques: hauteur, timbre, volume, mélodie, rythme et accords. Nous aurions besoin d’un microscope de grande puissance pour voir les détails équivalents dans une image, et nous ne pourrions jamais tout voir en même temps» External link

letemps Wednesday, April 8, 2020 1:13:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler assure : «La compréhension de ces modèles vibratoires est essentielle pour la conception de médicaments» External link

letemps Wednesday, April 8, 2020 1:13:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “We believe the analysis of sound can actually help us understand the material worldsciencebetter,” External link

scientificamerican Wednesday, March 18, 2020 4:44:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Just like in a painting, the new protein sounds are like a new color palette that could be inventedcolors no one has ever seenbut which can now be used to create art,” External link

scientificamerican Wednesday, March 18, 2020 4:44:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The shortcoming is the model doesn't tell us what's really going on inside. We just know it works," External link

business-standard Tuesday, July 9, 2019 12:25:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "When you look at a molecule in a textbook, it's static," External link

business-standard Tuesday, July 9, 2019 12:25:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "When you look at a molecule in a textbook, it's static," "But it's not static at all. It's moving and vibrating. Every bit of matter is a set of vibrations. And we can use this concept as a way of describing matter" External link

sciencedaily Friday, June 28, 2019 10:31:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "There are no synthetic or natural instruments used, showing how this new source of sounds can be utilized as a creative platform," External link

sciencedaily Friday, June 28, 2019 10:31:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "When you look at a molecule in a textbook, it's static," "But it's not static at all. It's moving and vibrating. Every bit of matter is a set of vibrations. And we can use this concept as a way of describing matter" External link

phys Thursday, June 27, 2019 8:24:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "There are no synthetic or natural instruments used, showing how this new source of sounds can be utilized as a creative platform," External link

phys Thursday, June 27, 2019 8:24:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "When you look at a molecule in a textbook, it's static," "But it's not static at all. It's moving and vibrating. Every bit of matter is a set of vibrations. And we can use this concept as a way of describing matter" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, June 26, 2019 4:50:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "There are no synthetic or natural instruments used, showing how this new source of sounds can be utilized as a creative platform," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, June 26, 2019 4:50:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” External link

labmanager Wednesday, March 6, 2019 6:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The protein has a rotational symmetry built in,” External link

labmanager Wednesday, March 6, 2019 6:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior,” External link

labmanager Wednesday, March 6, 2019 6:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven’t looked at yet,” External link

labmanager Wednesday, March 6, 2019 6:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” External link

ecnmag Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The protein has a rotational symmetry built in,” External link

ecnmag Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior,” External link

ecnmag Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven’t looked at yet,” External link

ecnmag Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” External link

pddnet Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The protein has a rotational symmetry built in,” External link

pddnet Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior,” External link

pddnet Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven’t looked at yet,” External link

pddnet Tuesday, March 5, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” “It’s very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity” External link

marketbusinessnews Monday, March 4, 2019 8:07:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” “It’s very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity” External link

marketbusinessnews Monday, March 4, 2019 7:49:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community, as a novel way of controlling certain kinds of sensors or control devices," External link

newindianexpress Sunday, March 3, 2019 9:19:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

newindianexpress Sunday, March 3, 2019 9:19:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "It's very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity," External link

newindianexpress Sunday, March 3, 2019 9:19:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "We haven't found any biological significance for the twisting motion," External link

newindianexpress Sunday, March 3, 2019 9:19:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community, as a novel way of controlling certain kinds of sensors or control devices," External link

business-standard Sunday, March 3, 2019 11:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

business-standard Sunday, March 3, 2019 11:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "It's very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity," External link

business-standard Sunday, March 3, 2019 11:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "We haven't found any biological significance for the twisting motion," External link

business-standard Sunday, March 3, 2019 11:59:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community," External link

farsnews-en Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:27:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The protein has a rotational symmetry built in," External link

farsnews-en Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:27:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior," External link

farsnews-en Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:27:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

farsnews-en Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:27:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This could be very interesting for the robotics community,” External link

eurasiareview Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:24:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “The protein has a rotational symmetry built in,” External link

eurasiareview Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:24:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior,” External link

eurasiareview Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:24:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : “This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven’t looked at yet,” External link

eurasiareview Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:24:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community," External link

sciencedaily Saturday, March 2, 2019 1:58:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The protein has a rotational symmetry built in," External link

sciencedaily Saturday, March 2, 2019 1:58:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior," External link

sciencedaily Saturday, March 2, 2019 1:58:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

sciencedaily Saturday, March 2, 2019 1:58:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community," External link

eurekalert Friday, March 1, 2019 11:06:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The protein has a rotational symmetry built in," External link

eurekalert Friday, March 1, 2019 11:06:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Maybe we can make a new polymer material that would replicate this behavior," External link

eurekalert Friday, March 1, 2019 11:06:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "This kind of twisting motion might be found in other materials that we haven't looked at yet," External link

eurekalert Friday, March 1, 2019 11:06:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "This could be very interesting for the robotics community. It is very precise in how you can control these motions by controlling the humidity" External link

themirror Friday, March 1, 2019 10:41:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "We haven't found any biological significance" External link

themirror Friday, March 1, 2019 10:41:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : "The protein has a rotational symmetry built in" External link

themirror Friday, March 1, 2019 10:41:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “We’re using insights from physics and chemistry and applying these to quantum mechanics. What we’re doing with AI is letting computers rediscover the relationships between variables, going back to before Newton discovered gravity,” External link

rdmag Tuesday, December 11, 2018 9:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “We can create the relationships between variables and then ask the AI system, 'how would this design perform? What if I make the molecules longer, or shorter, or add different chemistry?' The computer will tell us whether the performance will be better or worse. It takes only a couple of microseconds to perform one iteration, while the conventional method might take days or weeks,” External link

rdmag Tuesday, December 11, 2018 9:56:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You can replace the material itself with anything. The geometry is the dominant factor. It’s something that has the potential to transfer to many things,” External link

ibtimes Wednesday, March 1, 2017 10:28:00 AM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "That's why we can write with a pencil, so we scrape off little layers of graphene, basically," External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "The surface in this gyroid is continuous," "So if you look at a small piece, it's always two-dimensional. It's always perfectly connected. But if you zoom out, it forms a three-dimensional structure, so you can build things with them" External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Geometry is really important for the property," "It's not so much the material itself" External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Using weakness to create strength is something that we see a lot in many biological organisms and living systems, in many proteins, actually in spider webs," "We see that the individual elements are very weak, and it's actually not a weakness for the whole system but it's a strength at the end of the day, because it allows for local failures to occur" External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "Because engineers typically like to over-design and make things very strong --stronger than necessary," External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler says : "In the case of an airplane, or in the case of a car, or maybe in a building, I think the biggest advantage actually is that you don't need any welding or connecting points," "The reason why things break, usually, is because you have either welded them, you have screwed them, glued them, and these create stress concentrations that lead quickly to corrosion or lead to some kind of imperfections" External link

wbur Friday, February 17, 2017 6:26:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler admitted : “They are not very useful for making 3D materials that could be used in vehicles, buildings, or devices,” External link

register Friday, January 20, 2017 10:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler said : “You could either use the real graphene material or use the geometry we discovered with other materials, like polymers or metals,” “You can replace the material itself with anything. The geometry is the dominant factor. It’s something that has the potential to transfer to many things” External link

register Friday, January 20, 2017 10:28:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler diz : "Mas conseguimos tornar realidade a vontade de transformar esses materiais de duas dimensões em estruturas tridimensionais" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, January 17, 2017 7:05:00 PM EAT

Markus Buehler disse : "É possível substituir esse material por qualquer coisa. A geometria é o fator dominante. Trata-se de um elemento que tem o potencial de ser modelado" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, January 17, 2017 7:05:00 PM EAT



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leader14.29%EN03/01/201701/03/2017
diretor28.57%PT02/22/201722/02/2017
professor28.57%EN02/17/201717/02/2017
head of mit28.57%EN01/08/201708/01/2017
Names Lang Count
Markus BuehlerEN80.00%
Markus BuehlerPT20.00%


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