Tauriga Sciences, Inc., a diversified company focused on generating profitable revenues through license agreements and the development of a proprietary technology platform in the nanorobotics space, has today presented a graphic illustration of the proprietary Electrogenic Bioreactor developed by Pilus Energy LLC.
Mazor Robotics Ltd., the developer of Renaissance™, an innovative surgical guidance system and its complementary products, announced today orders of two Renaissance systems in late December, ending the 2013 fourth quarter with a total of seven system sales.
Vanadium dioxide is poised to join the pantheon of superstars in the materials world. Already prized for its extraordinary ability to change size, shape and physical identity, vanadium dioxide can now add muscle power to its attributes. A team of researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)'s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has demonstrated a micro-sized robotic torsional muscle/motor made from vanadium dioxide that for its size is a thousand times more powerful than a human muscle, able to catapult objects 50 times heavier than itself over a distance five times its length within 60 milliseconds – faster than the blink of an eye.
Tauriga Sciences, Inc. or ("Tauriga" or "the Company"), a diversified company focused on generating profitable revenues through license agreements and the development of a proprietary technology platform in the nanorobotics space, today announced that it is experiencing very strong levels of international interest for the commercialization of Pilus Energy LLC's ("Pilus Energy") proprietary wastewater-to-value BactoBot™ ("the technology").
Forget cogwheels, pistons and levers: miniaturized robots of the future will be "soft".
Tauriga Sciences Inc. or ("Tauriga" or "the Company"), a diversified company focused on generating profitable revenues through license agreements and the development of a proprietary technology platform in the nano-robotics space, has today announced the execution of a comprehensive Strategic Alliance Agreement ("the Agreement") with Cincinnati, Ohio-based synthetic biology pioneer Bacterial Robotics, LLC. ("Bacterial Robotics"). This agreement with Bacterial Robotics was unanimously ratified by the Company's Board of Directors ("BOD").
An advance in micromotor technology akin to the invention of cars that fuel themselves from the pavement or air, rather than gasoline or batteries, is opening the door to broad new medical and industrial uses for these tiny devices, scientists said here today. Their update on development of the motors — so small that thousands would fit inside this "o" — was part of the 245th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society, being held here this week.
Microbiologists who study wild marine microbes, as opposed to the lab-grown variety, face enormous challenges in getting a clear picture of the daily activities of their subjects. But a team of scientists from MIT and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute recently figured out how to make the equivalent of a nature film, showing the simultaneous activities of many coexisting species in their native habitat over time.
ReconRobotics announced today that its international headquarters in Lugano, Switzerland, has closed the year with strong sales of micro-robot systems to military and police users in Norway, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Hungary and France, in addition to an unspecified country in the Middle East.
Research at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden has resulted in a new type of machine that sorts used batteries by means of artificial intelligence (AI). One machine is now being used in the UK, sorting one-third of the country’s recycled batteries.