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The Louisiana Space Consortium has awarded a grant to a team of researchers at Louisiana State University’s Mechanical Engineering department to design and build a soft robot for future space exploration.
Physicians at the Smidt Heart Institute in the United States have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that detects life-threatening heart conditions more accurately than trained cardiologists.
Researchers at the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences have used consumer sensory panel information together with metabolomic (chemical) profile data to build machine learning models that predict the flavors of fruits.
Researchers in the United States have designed the world’s first fully autonomous biohybrid device using human stem-cell-derived cardiac muscle cells.
Canadian researchers have developed a dry electrode inspired by origami and leeches that fits neatly into the fingers of a humanoid-sensing robot while monitoring blood pressure in patients.
Robotics scientists at Virginia Tech have developed a multifunctional shape-morphing material that enables soft robots to adopt complex, load-bearing shapes without the use of motors or pulleys.
Researchers have developed a 3D printing method for producing soft robotics actuators with integrated sensor networks. This promises novel applications for soft robotics while opening the door to zero-waste manufacturing.
Scientists at King’s College London have developed a cognitive test that enables clinicians to assess the functional cognition of patients by enabling them to complete complex everyday tasks in virtual reality.
Scientists have developed a closed-loop human-machine interface (CL-HMI) which fixes flexible electronics onto human skin, enabling haptic feedback control of robots over Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and the internet.
Researchers at the University of South Australia have written a computational algorithm that allows mobile robots to navigate obstacles, finding the quickest path to their destination.
As part of an Editorial short series, AZoRobotics takes a look at how the renewable energy sector is harnessing the power of robotic technologies. Here, we take a look at robots in hydropower stations.
Amid the rapid global expansion of the wind energy sector, the integration of robotics is becoming pivotal for wind farm operators.
Like any renewable energy infrastructure, solar plants must be protected and secured. It is here where robots and autonomous systems can come into play.
Discover Cavitar’s welding cameras that can be used in a variety of situations to offer high-quality visualization of the welding processes.
MTI’s 1510A portable signal generator and calibrator is ideal for testing the integrity of sensor signal conditioning electronics.
Using the advantages of the phased array technology, Olympus has designed a powerful inspection system for seamless pipe inspections well-adapted to the stringent requirements of the oil and gas markets. This phased array system is flexible and can be used to match inspection performances and the product requirements of customers.