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Meet the labs of NCCR Robotics: Dillenbourg Lab

Prof. Pierre Dillenbourg and the team from the Computer-Human Interaction in Learning and Instruction (CHILI) Lab, explain how they are building robots to use in the classrooms of tomorrow. It is CH...
16 June 2017, by

Launch of the Chairless Chair announced

Last month, Swiss start-up and NCCR Robotics and ETH Zurich spin-off noonee, announced the start of series production and sales launch of their Chairless Chair. The company was founded in 2014 and sin...
12 May 2017, by

Meet the labs of NCCR Robotics: Auke Ijspeert and BioRob

The Biorobotics Laboratory (BioRob) is part of the Institute of Bioengineering in the School of Engineering at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). In this video, meet Professor Auk...
25 April 2017, by

Meet the pilots preparing for Cybathlon: Claudia Breidbach

Claudia Breidbach is pilot with Touch Bionics in the Powered Arm Prosthesis Race. When Claudia isn't preparing for the Cybathlon, she can be found competing with her skydiving team, KARMA....
08 September 2016, by

A new quadrupedal robot, the ANYmal

ANYmal is a quadrupedal robot designed for autonomous operation in difficult terrains. It is capable of running and climbing, and with its incorporated laser sensors and cameras, the robot can perce...
25 February 2016, by

A new versatile gripper with electroadhesion

From early childhood, when a person picks up an object using their hands they use haptic feedback to automatically adjust the force of their grip according to the object they are lifting. A completely...
11 November 2015, by



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Revolutionising building and construction sites

By Felix Würsten and Corinne Hodel (Interview). Digital technologies have already turned many areas of the economy inside out. In this interview with Swiss NCCR Digital Fabrication researchers M...
10 March 2015, by

New Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in architecture and digital fabrication at ETHZ

In September a new Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) ETH in Architecture and Digital Fabrication will be offered by the Gramazio Kohler Research chair at ETH Zurich. This one-year, full-time program f...
19 February 2015, by

Sensory-motor tissues for soft robots

In this video, PhD student at LIS, EPFL and NCCR Robotics Jun Shintake explains his project "Sensory-Motor tissues for Soft Robots"....
18 February 2015, by

Ground-flight collaboration

Working in the field of rescue robotics, the Robotics Perception Group (UZH and NCCR Robotics) works on how to get air robots communicating with ground robots, with the aim of exploiting the strength...
16 February 2015, by

Pleurobot: Multimodal locomotion in a bioinspired robot

The Pleurobot is a bioinspired robot being developed by the BioRob at EPFL and NCCR Robotics. Taking it's cues from the salamander, the Pleurobot is a walking robot that can change its gait to help it...
12 February 2015, by

Flyability wins $1M Drones for Good competition

Flyability, a spin off company from LIS, EPFL and NCCR Robotics, has won the $1M inaugural UAE Drones for Good competition with Gimball, the world’s first crash resilient drone....
10 February 2015, by

Revolutionary implant enables broken spinal cord to function again

A team from EPFL and NCCR Robotics lead by Profs Stéphanie Lacour, Grégoire Courtine and Silvestro Micera published an article in Science today describing their e-dura implant that could revo...
08 January 2015, by

New soft ‘antagonistic’ actuator enables robots to fold

Traditionally, many key robot components (including sensors and actuators) are rigid, and this makes it difficult for researchers and industry to make them truly compliant with their surroundings. It...
03 November 2014, by

Noonee: The chairless Chair

Noonee® is a new Start Up company coming out of research in robotics in Switzerland. Aimed at solving healthcare problems within the manufacturing industry, noonee adopts a Chairless Chair® approac...
20 June 2014, by

Exoskeleton with haptic sensors helps paralysed man to kick off World Cup

VIDEO UPDATE 06/13 It’s June 2014 and all eyes are on Brazil. If you’re a football fan then June 12th is the day you’ve been waiting for, but eagle-eyed technophiles are likely to have noticed o...
12 June 2014, by







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