News - 12 Nov 2013
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which has overhauled understanding of the Red Planet since 2006, has passed 200 terabits in the amount of science data returned. The data returned by the...
News - 22 May 2013
The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University announced today that Hansjörg Wyss (Harvard MBA, '65), the entrepreneur and philanthropist who enabled the...
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 - 8 Mar 2013
Every year thousands of people in Europe are paralysed by a spinal cord injury. Many are young adults, facing the rest of their lives confined to a wheelchair. Although no medical cure currently...
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 - 24 Oct 2022
Despite extensive preparations and discussions around actualizing Industry 4.0, the technological limitations of current robotics must be overcome first.
Article - 17 Oct 2022
In this article, AZoRobotics discusses the key components that make a successful mobile manipulation robot.
Article - 13 Jun 2022
Unlike hard robots, which have rigid body segments that inhibit the adaptability and versatility of these devices, soft robots are made entirely of flexible polymers and closely resemble living...
Article - 26 May 2022
This article discusses the relevance, workings, benefits, and industrial breakthroughs in additive manufacturing, notably for the automation industry.