News - 16 May 2013
As sophomores, engineering students Vadim Linevich and Andrew Powell both became involved in the NASA-funded Student Space Exploration and Environmental Systems Laboratory (SSEESL) in Temple’s...
News - 29 Apr 2013
An unusual opportunity is being offered to reporters who are interested in writing about new science and technology — most of which has not been made public before now. The Johns Hopkins...
News - 9 Apr 2013
Liquid Robotics® today announced the introduction of the Wave Glider® SV3, the world's first hybrid wave and solar propelled unmanned ocean robot.
The Wave Glider SV3 incorporates...
News - 27 Nov 2012
Underwater robots just got smarter. Engineers at Stanford and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) have developed a system that allows autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) to better...
Article - 8 Jun 2018
Colony Collapse Disorder can cause problems with crop pollination, leading to the development of robotic insects.
Article - 30 Aug 2016
Human divers are limited in the depth they can work, whilst breathing a mixture of helium, oxygen and hydrogen extreme depths of 500m have been achieved (Seedhouse, 2011)
Article - 8 Apr 2014
Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, are miniature robots that are capable of flying with the help of a remote-control system.
Article - 5 Oct 2012
The application of mechatronic engineering in human biology is known as biomechatronics.
Article - 18 Jul 2011
“We are close to building silicon brains”: If you have even a glancing interest in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), you would have heard this promise countless times, and seen it broken as...
Article - 15 Oct 2019
Computer vision technology has become more and more essential as the capabilities of modern robotics expand. Autonomous vehicles, order-picking warehouse robots, and drones of all shapes and sizes...