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Robotic science may (or may not) help us keep up with the death of bees

Beginning in 2006 beekeepers became aware that their honeybee populations were dying off at increasingly rapid rates. Scientists are also concerned about the dwindling populations of monarch butterfli...
10 March 2017, by

Soft-bodied robots: Actuators inspired by muscle

To make robots more cooperative and have them perform tasks in close proximity to humans, they must be softer and safer. A new actuator developed by a team led by George Whitesides, Ph.D. — who is a...
01 June 2016, by

Bioinspired robotics #2: Materials, manufacturing & design, with Robert Wood

In the Disruptive Podcast series, Terrence McNally speaks directly with Wyss Institute researchers, exploring what motivates them and how they envision our future as might be impacted by their disrup...
09 November 2015, by

Bioinspired robotics #1: Swarm collectives, with Radhika Nagpal

In the Disruptive Podcast series, Terrence McNally speaks directly with Wyss Institute researchers, exploring what motivates them and how they envision our future as might be impacted by their disrup...
28 October 2015, by

RoboBees take to the sky – and now the sea

By Leah Burrows | SEAS Communications Engineers have been trying to design functional aerial-aquatic vehicles for decades with little success. The biggest challenge is conflicting design requirem...
24 October 2015, by

Robert J. Wood interview

http://youtu.be/WGR3SqPrOYs Robert J. Wood (see also), Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and a Core Member of the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard Universit...
03 June 2012, by



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