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Snake robot on Mars?

The ESA wants its operations on other planets to have greater mobility and manoeuvrability. SINTEF researchers are looking into whether snake robots could be the answer.

Posted: Sep 16th, 2013

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A cost-effective look at proteins - with a little help from robotics

An efficient and cost effective new method of studying the movement of proteins in the body has been developed through an EU-funded project. By taking advantage of the fact that proteins and robot arms both move in a similar way, the COMPMECH team has been able to adapt certain algorithms to simulate protein behaviour.

Posted: Sep 13th, 2013

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Georgia Tech robotics projects receive more than $2 million in funding

The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded more than $2 million to fund projects led by Georgia Tech robotics researchers. The principal investigators (PIs) and co-PIs for these projects represent three of the Institute's six colleges, illustrating the interdisciplinary collaboration that distinguishes Tech as a leader in the national initiative to accelerate the development and use of robots in the United States.

Posted: Sep 12th, 2013

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Rise of the ultrafast machine ecology

University of Miami physicist Neil Johnson discovered one reason for these 'flash freezes' may be the sudden emergence of mobs of ultrafast robots, which trade on the global markets and operate at speeds beyond human capability, thus overwhelming the system.

Posted: Sep 11th, 2013

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A swarm on every desktop: Robotics experts learn from public

The next experiment from Rice University's Multi-Robot Systems Laboratory (MRSL) could happen on your desktop. The lab's researchers are refining their control algorithms for robotic swarms based upon data from five free online games that anyone can play.

Posted: Sep 9th, 2013

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Sea-faring robot searches for toxic algae in Puget Sound

A robotic sensor placed in Puget Sound searches for signs of toxic algae and bacteria that contaminate seafood. A successful test run of the Stanford-affiliated project could lead to a network of robots patrolling the area, providing early warnings that could save millions of dollars annually.

Posted: Aug 27th, 2013

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