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  • Article - 28 Nov 2012
    This article is part of a series on building the human body and explores research on neural prosthetics and the idea of a bionic brain.
  • Article - 31 Oct 2012
    Agricultural robots are the fastest growing technology developed to perform various complex tasks that are difficult for humans to achieve.
  • Article - 30 Oct 2012
    The following article discusses the robotic features to NASA's Curiosity Rover.
  • Article - 26 Oct 2012
    In this interview, Professor J. Marc Simard, professor of neurosurgery at the University of Maryland's School of Medicine, talks to Kal Kaur from AZoRobotics about his work on a prototype robot for...
  • Article - 20 Oct 2012
    The discovery of electroactive polymers (EAP) dates back to an experiment conducted by Roentgen in 1880 using a rubber band having a fixed end and a free end that can be charged and discharged.
  • Article - 4 Oct 2012
    Owing to the increase in the number of amputations during the American Civil War, the utilization of artificial limbs became popular.
  • Article - 1 Oct 2012
    Actuators are motors used in a control system. They are usually the final elements in the system. They use energy input and low power command signal to amplify the signal and produce the desired...
  • Article - 28 Sep 2012
    The best known surgical hair restoration robot is the ARTAS System and is still the only precision-based robot approved by the FDA for its application in harvesting hair follicles.
  • Article - 21 Sep 2012
    Robotic systems in heath-care are finding more varied applications. Robotic devices have become ever more effective substitutes for replacing missing limbs.
  • Article - 21 Sep 2012
    Genetic algorithms are used to train several neural networks that encourage the ability of robots to explore their environment.

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