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David F Gruber
David F Gruber
Professor of Biology, City University of New York & Lead, Project CETI
Verified email at baruch.cuny.edu - Homepage
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Soft robotic grippers for biological sampling on deep reefs
KC Galloway, KP Becker, B Phillips, J Kirby, S Licht, D Tchernov, ...
Soft robotics 3 (1), 23-33, 2016
7992016
Ultragentle manipulation of delicate structures using a soft robotic gripper
NR Sinatra, CB Teeple, DM Vogt, KK Parker, DF Gruber, RJ Wood
Science Robotics 4 (33), eaax5425, 2019
2492019
The covert world of fish biofluorescence: a phylogenetically widespread and phenotypically variable phenomenon
JS Sparks, RC Schelly, WL Smith, MP Davis, D Tchernov, VA Pieribone, ...
PLoS One 9 (1), e83259, 2014
1882014
Comparative genomics explains the evolutionary success of reef-forming corals
D Bhattacharya, S Agrawal, M Aranda, S Baumgarten, M Belcaid, ...
elife 5, e13288, 2016
1852016
A dexterous, glove-based teleoperable low-power soft robotic arm for delicate deep-sea biological exploration
BT Phillips, KP Becker, S Kurumaya, KC Galloway, G Whittredge, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 14779, 2018
1422018
Deep machine learning techniques for the detection and classification of sperm whale bioacoustics
PC Bermant, MM Bronstein, RJ Wood, S Gero, DF Gruber
Scientific reports 9 (1), 12588, 2019
1402019
A modular soft robotic wrist for underwater manipulation
S Kurumaya, BT Phillips, KP Becker, MH Rosen, DF Gruber, KC Galloway, ...
Soft robotics 5 (4), 399-409, 2018
1142018
Dynamics and characterization of refractory dissolved organic matter produced by a pure bacterial culture in an experimental predator-prey system
DF Gruber, JP Simjouw, SP Seitzinger, GL Taghon
Applied and environmental microbiology 72 (6), 4184-4191, 2006
1102006
Changes in scleractinian coral Seriatopora hystrix morphology and its endocellular Symbiodinium characteristics along a bathymetric gradient from shallow to …
O Nir, DF Gruber, S Einbinder, S Kark, D Tchernov
Coral reefs 30, 1089-1100, 2011
832011
Shipboard design and fabrication of custom 3D-printed soft robotic manipulators for the investigation of delicate deep-sea organisms
DM Vogt, KP Becker, BT Phillips, MA Graule, RD Rotjan, TM Shank, ...
PloS one 13 (8), e0200386, 2018
722018
Rotary-actuated folding polyhedrons for midwater investigation of delicate marine organisms
ZE Teoh, BT Phillips, KP Becker, G Whittredge, JC Weaver, C Hoberman, ...
Science Robotics 3 (20), eaat5276, 2018
682018
Neurobiological consequences of juvenile stress: A GABAergic perspective on risk and resilience
A Albrecht, I Mueller, Z Ardi, G Çalışkan, D Gruber, S Ivens, M Segal, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 74, 21-43, 2017
672017
Glowing worms: biological, chemical, and functional diversity of bioluminescent annelids
A Verdes, DF Gruber
Integrative and comparative biology 57 (1), 18-32, 2017
662017
Aglow in the dark: the revolutionary science of biofluorescence
V Pieribone, DF Gruber
Harvard University Press, 2005
612005
Seasonal Mesophotic Coral Bleaching of Stylophora pistillata in the Northern Red Sea
O Nir, DF Gruber, E Shemesh, E Glasser, D Tchernov
PloS one 9 (1), e84968, 2014
582014
Novel Adaptive Photosynthetic Characteristics of Mesophotic Symbiotic Microalgae within the Reef-Building Coral, Stylophora pistillata
S Einbinder, DF Gruber, E Salomon, O Liran, N Keren, D Tchernov
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 195, 2016
572016
Epigenome: biosensor of cumulative exposure to chemical and nonchemical stressors related to environmental justice
K Olden, YS Lin, D Gruber, B Sonawane
American Journal of Public Health 104 (10), 1816-1821, 2014
552014
A new bright green‐emitting fluorescent protein–engineered monomeric and dimeric forms
RP Ilagan, E Rhoades, DF Gruber, HT Kao, VA Pieribone, L Regan
The FEBS journal 277 (8), 1967-1978, 2010
552010
First observation of fluorescence in marine turtles
DF Gruber, JS Sparks
American Museum Novitates 2015 (3845), 1-8, 2015
542015
Manifold destiny
S Nasar, D Gruber
The New Yorker 28, 2006
532006
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