Article - 7 Nov 2016
This technology could travel inside the body and decouple to deliver a medicinal payload of treatment to a specific, targeted part of the body.
Article - 11 Oct 2016
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), more commonly referred to as drones, are aircrafts that are able to operate without a pilot on board. Powered by a jet or reciprocating engine, UAVs are capable of...
Article - 8 Aug 2016
Robots have huge potential as carers, helping the disabled and disadvantaged to be rehabilitated into society. However, many obstacles must be overcome to realize this goal, including developing...
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 - 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 - 27 Nov 2013
Robotic technology has always been on the forefront when it comes to making our lives easier and safer.
Article - 8 Nov 2013
Even the least imaginative among us will concede that nursing care combined with robotics could be a good thing.