DraBot the soft robot flies across bodies of water detecting oil spills and other environmental disasters.
Synthetic art is on the rise, and it kicks.
If the robots break into pieces while carrying out a task, they magnetically piece themselves back together.
This could change warfare forever.
Researchers devised a new exoskeleton glove with only one muscle sensor.
Needles, 5G-powered robotic arms, ink — what could possibly go wrong?
The device could revolutionize how people with disabilities interact with the world.
This is perfect for those situations when a 3D printer or a foam board doesn't cut it.
A global research team used magnetic sensors and a flexible magnetized film as skin.
The drone goes six months without needing to surface, massively reducing maintenance costs.
If you like it, you can make one too.