Australian team works to help humans walk on Mars

    Description

    According to a team of researchers from the University of Canberra (UC), proprioception is critical to the most basic human functions, such as walking, closing one’s eyes, and passing an object between the hands without dropping it.

    Subject

    Space Technology

    Period9 Apr 2017

    Media coverage

    6

    Media coverage

    • TitleAustralian team works to help humans walk on Mars
      Media name/outletABC Online
      CountryAustralia
      Date9/04/17
      PersonsGordon Waddington
    • TitleNASA's journey to Mars aided by University of Canberra researchers
      Media name/outletABC Premium News (Australia)
      CountryAustralia
      Date9/04/17
      PersonsGordon Waddington
    • TitleNASA's journey to Mars aided by University of Canberra researchers
      Media name/outletABC Premium News (Australia)
      CountryAustralia
      Date9/04/17
      PersonsGordon Waddington
    • TitleNASA's journey to Mars aided by University of Canberra researchers
      Media name/outletABC Premium News (Australia)
      CountryAustralia
      Date9/04/17
      PersonsGordon Waddington
    • TitleNASA's journey to Mars aided by University of Canberra researchers
      Media name/outletABC Premium News (Australia)
      CountryAustralia
      Date9/04/17
      PersonsGordon Waddington
    • TitleNASA's journey to Mars aided by University of Canberra researchers
      Media name/outletABC Radio Australia
      CountryAustralia
      Date9/04/17
      PersonsGordon Waddington