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Robot Talk Episode 55 – Sara Adela Abad Guaman

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30 September 2023



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Claire chatted to Sara Adela Abad Guaman from University College London about adaptable robots inspired by nature.

Sara Adela Abad Guaman is a Lecturer at University College London’s Mechanical Engineering Department. She is also the head of the Adaptable Robotics Lab. Inspired by biological organisms, Sara aims to develop robots and mechanical systems with enhanced adaptability to variable environmental conditions. Her vision is to use bioinspiration and morphological computation to address global challenges such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and sustainability.




Robot Talk is a weekly podcast that explores the exciting world of robotics, artificial intelligence and autonomous machines.
Robot Talk is a weekly podcast that explores the exciting world of robotics, artificial intelligence and autonomous machines.





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