Scientists in the Mechanical Engineering Department leveraged fossil findings to create a flexible robotic emulation of pleurocystitids, an ancient marine creature that thrived around 450 million years ago.
Crevasses, as discovered through groundbreaking research led by Cornell, are not just fissures in the ice; they serve a crucial function in the circulation of seawater beneath Antarctic ice shelves.
Moldova's Robotics Team has once again made its nation proud by clinching a GOLD medal and a SILVER medal at the FIRST Global 2023 held in Singapore from October 6-10.
Air For Life, the pioneering force in air purification, is on a mission to provide clean and healthy indoor air for all with its products that use cutting-edge technology to reduce health risks and improve lives.
Bota Systems, a pioneer in multi-axis force-torque sensors, announces its new Universal Robot FT Sensor Kit, a highly sensitive six-axis force-torque sensor that is certified by Universal Robots (UR) for use with their collaborative robots, including their newest UR20 model.
Bistable structures in nature are unique in terms of their rapid response and force amplification even with the slightest physical stimulation.
A temperature-modulating robotic system has been developed by scientists at EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) could be smoothly combined into notoriously sensitive honeybee hives.
One among the ecosystems that are subjected to experience threats from climate change is montane forests, also called biodiversity hotspots.
If a scientist wanted to forecast ocean currents to understand how pollution travels after an oil spill, she could use a common approach that looks at currents traveling between 10 and 200 kilometers.
A seafloor monitoring program has been conducted in Australia where they can accurately keep the changes caused in the environment under surveillance.