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  • Article - 20 May 2016
    Having been first used clinically in medicine in 1985, medical robotics are coming of age after several decades of discovery, use, and refinement.
  • Article - 7 Jul 2014
    Traditionally, one of the most challenging areas of robotics has been the ability to successfully emulate human behaviour. Now, products like the 'Dextrus' hand from the Open Hand Project may mean low...
  • Article - 8 Apr 2014
    Robotic locomotion of movement is often inspired by biological locomotion systems perfected in nature. Movement in robots can be brought about by any part of the robot’s structure and is not...
  • Article - 7 Apr 2014
    Wheeled motion is the most popular locomotion mechanism in robotics suitable for a wide range of target environments. This mechanism enables the robot to move rapidly and consumes lesser energy when...
  • Article - 2 Apr 2014
    Dr. Chris Rogers, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering at Tufts University talks to AZoRobotics about the application of LEGO-based Robotics in Higher Education.
  • Article - 30 Nov 2013
    This article discusses the world's first robot to contain artificial organs.
  • Article - 31 Oct 2013
    A robot is an electro-mechanical device controlled by an electronic circuit or a software tool. It can replace humans in performing tasks in dangerous and extreme environments.
  • Article - 7 Oct 2013
    Boston Dynamics, a research and development robotics company sponsored by the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have recently announced the latest advancement with Atlas, a high...
  • Article - 7 Oct 2013
    Researchers from MIT have developed breakthrough robotic technology called M-Blocks; autonomous modular cubes that can change shape based around whichever function it wishes to perform.
  • Article - 7 Oct 2013
    Researchers from MIT have developed a breakthrough robotic technology called M-Blocks; autonomous modular cubes that can change shape based upon the function it wishes to perform.