Flow Robotics A/S and Accuscience Ireland Ltd have announced a distributor- and service partnership. Accuscience's divisions Clinical Diagnostics, Molecular Diagnostics and Life sciences will all represent the flowbot® ONE pipetting robot and its consumables.
A new artificial intelligence (AI)-powered approach to interpreting X-ray diffraction (XRD) data has been created by researchers. The shifting of X-rays is used in XRD to see inside the properties of molecules.
A team of MIT researchers has developed a solution to one of the things really holding scientists back from fully autonomous driving - a vehicle’s ability to accurately predict human behavior.
Gaussian Robotics, together with its Spanish distributor partner DIBOSCH, collaboratively attended Advanced Factories 2022: Industry 4.0 Congress in Barcelona, from 29-31, March 2022.
Outrider, the pioneer in autonomous yard operations for logistics hubs, today announced it has expanded its integration of the NVIDIA DRIVE computing architecture within its yard automation solution.
A group of Harrisburg University (HU) professors and students aims to design a smart disaster prediction and prevention system that could help protect thousands of lives across the United States every year.
Although present-day rechargeable batteries are amazing, they are far from perfect. Sooner or later, they tend to wear out, leading to expensive substitutions and recycling.
Our face can unlock a smartphone, provide access to a secure building and speed up passport control at airports, verifying our identity for numerous purposes.
A new dataset released by a New York University Tandon School of Engineering research team and Woven Planet Holdings, Inc., a Toyota subsidiary dedicated to building the safest mobility in the world, promises to help visually impaired pedestrians and autonomous vehicles (AVs) alike better navigate complex urban settings.
If you’ve ever ordered a product from Amazon, chances are that a robot selected your purchase from a shelf, read the barcode and delivered it to the counter for packaging. Hopefully, it didn’t collide with a human worker on its journey and lose its way.