Gregory Sutton
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Detection and learning of floral electric fields by bumblebees
D Clarke, H Whitney, G Sutton, D Robert
Science 340 (6128), 66-69, 2013
Resilin and chitinous cuticle form a composite structure for energy storage in jumping by froghopper insects
M Burrows, SR Shaw, GP Sutton
BMC biology 6 (1), 1-16, 2008
Autonomous driving comparison and evaluation
B Hoye, D Lambert, G Sutton
US Patent 9,650,051, 2017
Interacting gears synchronize propulsive leg movements in a jumping insect
M Burrows, G Sutton
science 341 (6151), 1254-1256, 2013
Biomechanics of jumping in the flea
GP Sutton, M Burrows
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (5), 836-847, 2011
The principles of cascading power limits in small, fast biological and engineered systems
M Ilton, MS Bhamla, X Ma, SM Cox, LL Fitchett, Y Kim, J Koh, ...
Science 360 (6387), 2018
Diamond electrodes for neurodynamic studies in Aplysia californica
JM Halpern, S Xie, GP Sutton, BT Higashikubo, CA Chestek, H Lu, ...
Diamond and related materials 15 (2-3), 183-187, 2006
Locusts use a composite of resilin and hard cuticle as an energy store for jumping and kicking
M Burrows, GP Sutton
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (19), 3501-3512, 2012
The mechanics of elevation control in locust jumping
GP Sutton, M Burrows
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 194 (6), 557-563, 2008
A biologically inspired gripping device
EV Mangan, DA Kingsley, RD Quinn, GP Sutton, JM Mansour, HJ Chiel
Industrial Robot: An International Journal, 2005
Neural control exploits changing mechanical advantage and context dependence to generate different feeding responses in Aplysia
GP Sutton, EV Mangan, DM Neustadter, RD Beer, PE Crago, HJ Chiel
Biological cybernetics 91 (5), 333-345, 2004
Mechanosensory hairs in bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) detect weak electric fields
GP Sutton, D Clarke, EL Morley, D Robert
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (26), 7261-7265, 2016
Biologically inspired gripping device
HJ Chiel, RD Beer, EV Mangan, RD Quinn, GP Sutton
US Patent 7,857,369, 2010
The effect of leg length on jumping performance of short-and long-legged leafhopper insects
M Burrows, GP Sutton
Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (8), 1317-1325, 2008
A buckling region in locust hindlegs contains resilin and absorbs energy when jumping or kicking goes wrong
TG Bayley, GP Sutton, M Burrows
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (7), 1151-1161, 2012
The mechanics of azimuth control in jumping by froghopper insects
GP Sutton, M Burrows
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (9), 1406-1416, 2010
Mechanical reconfiguration mediates swallowing and rejection in Aplysia californica
VA Novakovic, GP Sutton, DM Neustadter, RD Beer, HJ Chiel
Journal of comparative physiology A 192 (8), 857, 2006
Using passive driver identification and other input for providing real-time alerts or actions
G Sutton, T Butch, SC Nemat-Nasser, AT Smith
US Patent 9,235,750, 2016
Passive hinge forces in the feeding apparatus of Aplysia aid retraction during biting but not during swallowing
GP Sutton, JB Macknin, SS Gartman, GP Sunny, RD Beer, PE Crago, ...
Journal of comparative physiology A 190 (6), 501-514, 2004
Muscle–spring dynamics in time-limited, elastic movements
MV Rosario, GP Sutton, SN Patek, GS Sawicki
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1838), 20161561, 2016
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