Robot News

Ewaybot Unveils MoRo Robot at 2017 CES (January 6, 2017): Ewaybot unveiled its MorRo robot at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.

UC Berkeley Roboticists Build SALTO, the Most Vertically Agile Robot (December 7, 2016): UC Berkeley roboticists have designed SALTO. The robot is billed as the world's most vertically agile robot ever built.

Zebrafish Want to Hang Out With 3-D Robotic Models of Themselves Say Scientists (October 25, 2016): Scientists have determined that zebrafish want to hang out with moving 3-D robotic models of themselves.

Kengoro Robot Does Push-ups and Sweats (October 18, 2016): Kengoro is a robot that can do pushups and sweat. The sweat helps cool the robot.

Ghost Robotics Launches Small Quadruped Robot That Climbs Fences and Opens Doors (September 22, 2016): Ghost Robotics has launched a small robot, Ghost Minotaur, that can climb fences, climb stairs and open doors.

Wall Climbing Robots Weave Hammock-like Structure (August 13, 2016): Wall climbing weaved a hammock like structure for the University of Stuttgart.

Getty Uses Underwater Robot to Photograph Olympic Swimmers (August 9, 2016): Getty is using an underwater robot to film Olympic swim competitions in Rio.

RoBattle Unmanned Combat Vehicle Announced by Israel Aerospace Industries (August 3, 2016): Israel Aerospace Industries has announced its unmanned combat robotic vehicle called RoBattle.

SwagBot is a Cow Herding Robot (July 19, 2016): SwagBot is a cow herding robot designed to herd and monitor cows. It is being developed by researchers at the Australian Centre for Field Robotics

Scientists Build Crawling Biohybrid Robot That is Part Sea Slug (July 18, 2016): Scientists have built a crwaling robot that is part sea slug and part 3-D printer polymer body parts.

Security Robot Knocks Over Child at Silicon Valley Mall (July 18, 2016): A 300-pound security robot knocked over a child at the Stanford Shopping Center last week.

New Walking Robot Named DURUS Wears Shoes (July 13, 2016): Georgia Tech researchers have built a robot that wears sneakers while it walks. It wears size 13 shoes.

Scientists Build Mudskipper Robot Called MuddyBot (July 11, 2016): Scientists have built a robot inspired by the mudskipper. It is called MuddyBot.

Robot Used to Kill Dallas Shooter Was the Remotec Andros Mark V-A1 (July 11, 2016): The robot that carried the bomb that killed the Dallas shooter was the the Remotec Andros Mark V-A1.

Researchers Build Salamander Robot With 3D-Printed Bones and Motorized Joints (July 5, 2016): Researchers have built a salamander robot that swims and walks like a salamander.

Boston Dynamics Unveils SpotMini Robot (June 24, 2016): Boston Dynamics unveils its SpotMini robot.

Robot Escapes From Russian Lab for a Second Time (June 22, 2016): A robot designed to remember and learn made a second unsuccesful attempt to escape from its Russian lab.

Harvard's RoboBees Can Now Perch During Flight (May 19, 2016): Harvard RoboBees can now perch during flight. They can

Scientists Develop Ingestible Origami Robot (May 16, 2016): Scientists have developed an ingestible origami robot that will unfold inside you.

DARPA Sea Hunter is the World's Largest Self-Driving Ship (May 15, 2016): DARPA recently launched the world's largest self-driving ship. The ship is 132 feet long and can travel up to 10,000 miles on its own.

Claw-like Device for Rovers Inspired by Sea Urchin's Mouth and Teeth (May 15, 2016): A new claw-like device for rovers to use on the surface of planets was inspired by the sea urchin's mouth and teeth.

Stanford's Robotic Mermaid OceanOne Explores 17th Century Shipwreck (April 29, 2016): Stanford developed a robotic memaid called OceanOne that can explore shipwrecks. It recently went on its maiden voyage

Festo's Flying Sphere Robot Can Grab and Carry Objects (April 28, 2016): Festo has created a flying spherical robot that can grab and carry items. It autonomous bot can move in any direction.

Google's Schaft Unveils Unique Bipedal Robot at NEST 2016 (April 12, 2016): The Google owned Schaft cmpany unveiled a unique looking bipedal robot at NEST 2016 in Tokyo.

Robot Asks Volunteers to Touch Its Buttocks in Stanford Study (April 5, 2016): A robot asked volunteers to touch different body parts in a Stanford study. Researchers say the study found touching a robot can arouse human beings.

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