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Gear Up For Spy Fun With Sneaky Rover 2.0 Tank

08/27/2012, Gone are the days when James Bond was the only one to use cool spy gadgets. The rapid advancements in technology make sure that you don’t miss out on the fun. Ever wanted to sneak in somewhere and capture photos and videos? This is now possible with the...

Underwater Microrobots Will Rescue Damaged Coral Reefs

08/27/2012,   Coral reefs are a critically important part of the sea ecosystem. However, excessive fishing in areas such as the west of Scotland has caused massive damage to these reefs, which are home to many diverse variety of fishes. Trawlers passing the site...

Baby-driven robots have a bright future

08/23/2012, If you happen to have a typical five month old infant, or at least had one, you would realize that your infant might find it rather difficult to sit up at that age, while the crawling milestone is still months away, but a few babies already have an idea...

NASA reveals mission to study Mars’ core

08/20/2012, Mars has been a large subject of interest in the science community for years now. Many hope that eventually we’ll send a space shuttle there and set up some sort of space station. NASA’s most recent project was Curiosity, which landed just two...

Solar-powered Wave Glider robot tracks down sharks

08/19/2012, The hunter becomes the hunted – but in a good way, of course. I am referring to this solar-powered robot created by scientists, where it will harness the power of the sun to keep it going, while it will do its job to track down sharks in order to...

Robopedia is an encyclopedia for robots

08/17/2012, Do not worry, the robot apocalypse has yet to arrive, but this does not mean that the rise of the machines has not begun, either. If you were a robot and wanted to know everything else about robots, where would you turn to? Why, this digital almanac known...

Desperate Debra simulator for budding doctors to train with

08/17/2012, The world of robotics is definitely getting smaller and smaller, not to mention making inroads into the medical field. Desperate Debra is not an 18-year old who is at her wits’ end because she still has no date to go with to tonight’s prom,...

Squishy robot changes color for camouflage purposes

08/16/2012, What are some of the cooler looking robots that you have seen in the past? It seems that researchers at Harvard University have managed to develop a particular robot which was inspired by the chameleon, as it, it is capable of changing its color...

Sandia robotic hand to disarm explosives

08/16/2012, We have seen our fair share of devices from Sandia National Laboratories in the past, and here we are with their latest device that might just keep you interested and wanting more – a highly affordable robotic hand which is capable of disarming...