Researchers at Penn State have developed a unique self-healing filter that could be straight out of science fiction.
Autodesk’s Brickbot may look like it’s playing with toys, but the project is really intended to reduce the amount of time it takes to teach a robot to put parts together.
Uber seems determined to be No. 1 in getting us where we’re going around town, both on the ground and, in the future, in the air.
Researchers at the Wyss Institute, Harvard SEAS and Boston University have developed a soft material microfabrication process for soft robotics.
This single-seat ultralight plane is the latest push toward the retro dream of flying cars. The BlackFly from Canadian company Opener has an electric engine and can fly up to 62 miles per hour. It takes off and lands not quite vertically, and the com
If you’ve been waiting your whole life to be able to bike on water, your wait is just about over as pre-sales have begun for the New Zealand-built Manta5 hydrofoiling e-bike.
As part of the company’s IntelligentEngine project, Rolls-Royce showed off a handful of small robots that could help inspect and repair airplane engines in the future.
MIT’s Cheetah robot has gone through several iterations over the past few years as researchers work on making a mobile, self-guiding quadruped machine.
Even with the advancements like stronger glass and reinforced frames, mobile phones still instill great anxiety in many users they second they slip from our hand and make their way to the floor.
When it comes to picking up objects, we humans never think twice about how to grasp an item. However, this is a task that robots tend to struggle with, especially when outside of a structured setting.
The Royal Navy is diving deep into design for futuristic submarines. Four recently revealed concepts from the United Kingdom Naval Engineering Science and Technology Forum take inspiration from living things.
Who says a car’s interior has to remain static? A collaboration between MIT’s Self-Assembly Laboratory and BMW Design Department has resulted in adaptable, inflatable structures that one day could allow for customizable and multi-functional interiors