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Worm-inspired material strengthens, changes shape in response to its environment

A new material that naturally adapts to changing environments was inspired by the strength, stability, and mechanical performance of the jaw of a marine worm. The protein material, which was designed ...
21 March 2017, by

Beyond 5G: NSF awards $6.1 million to accelerate advanced wireless research

The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced a $6.1 million, five-year award to accelerate fundamental research on wireless communication and networking technologies through the foundation's Platfo...

$60 million committed to Smart Cities Initiative

From autonomous vehicles to flash flood alert systems, technology transforms how people lead their daily lives and how local cities and communities function. Last September, the Administration laun...

Recreating ancient vertebrate’s first step on dry land, with a robot

Could a tail have allowed ancient vertebrates to make the transition from water to land? Reporting in Science today, researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, Cl...

Motivational posters with a clever robotics twist

Today, the National Robotics Initiative is celebrating 5 years of multi-agency 'teamwork' to accelerate the development and use of robots that work beside, or cooperatively, with people. The last 50 ...
09 June 2016, by

National Robotics Initiative celebrates five-year anniversary

The Congressional Robotics Caucus will host an expo on Thursday, June 9 in Washington, D.C. to promote the progress and promise of collaborative robotics (co-robot) research. The event will mark t...

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