Sensing with purpose

Fadel Adib uses wireless technologies to sense the world in new ways, taking aim at sweeping problems such as food insecurity, climate change, and access to health care.
29 January 2023, by

Robot Talk Episode 34 – Interview with Sabine Hauert

In this week's episode of the Robot Talk podcast, host Claire Asher chatted to Dr Sabine Hauert from the University of Bristol all about swarm robotics, nanorobots, and environmental monitoring.
28 January 2023, by

Special drone collects environmental DNA from trees

Researchers at ETH Zurich and the Swiss Federal research institute WSL have developed a flying device that can land on tree branches to take samples. This opens up a new dimension for scientists previously reserved for biodiversity researchers.
27 January 2023, by

The robots of CES 2023

Robots were on the main expo floor at CES this year, and these weren’t just cool robots for marketing purposes. I’ve been tracking robots at CES for more than 10 years, watching the transition from robot toys to real robots.
25 January 2023, by

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Robot Talk Episode 33 – Interview with Dan Stoyanov

In this week's episode of the Robot Talk podcast, host Claire Asher chatted to Professor Dan Stoyanov from University College London all about robotic vision, surgical robotics, and artificial intelligence.
20 January 2023, by

When a professor meets a farmer

There's a clear need for technology in farming but its problems are systemic, finds a critical design professor when she visits a flower bulb farmer. Watch this new episode of FRAIM in the Field.
19 January 2023, by

New robots in Europe can be workers’ best friends

More sophisticated robots are on the way, accelerating a drive to ensure they help workers rather than take their place.
17 January 2023, by

Interview with Hae-Won Park, Seungwoo Hong and Yong Um about MARVEL, a robot that can climb on various inclined steel surfaces

We are happy to introduce the climbing robot, MARVEL (magnetically adhesive robot for versatile and expeditious locomotion), which can climb on various inclined steel surfaces.
15 January 2023, by

CES unveiled 2023 all access with Brian Tong (+ interviews & keynotes)

If you are curious about what happened at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show, here we bring you a behind-the-scenes look with Brian Tong at some innovations showcased, plus this year's interviews and keynotes.

Robot Talk Episode 32 – Interview with Mollie Claypool

In this week's episode of the Robot Talk podcast, host Claire Asher chatted to Mollie Claypool from Automated Architecture about robot house-building, zero-carbon architecture, and community participation.
13 January 2023, by

Get ready to robot! Robot drawing and story competitions for primary schoolchildren now officially open for entries

2023 “Draw A Robot” design challenge and “Once Upon A Robot” writing competition have launched, offering unique prizes; entries invited from all Key Stage 1 & 2 children.
12 January 2023, by

Year end summary: Top Robocar stories of 2022

Here's my annual summary of the top stories of the prior year. This time the news was a strong mix of bad and good.
10 January 2023, by

Futuristic fields: Europe’s farm industry on cusp of robot revolution

From oxen to horses to tractors to robots: the European farm industry is poised to undergo another innovative disruption - this time brought about by artificial intelligence.
08 January 2023, by

Smart ‘Joey’ bots could soon swarm underground to clean and inspect our pipes

Researchers from the University of Leeds have developed the first mini-robot, called Joey, that can find its own way independently through networks of narrow pipes underground, to inspect any damage or leaks.
06 January 2023, by

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