The Toyota Motor Corporation has released the WelWalk WW-1000 which is a wearable robotic leg brace which can help paralyzed patients walk again.
MIT engineers have successfully developed a microfluidic device that can imitate the transport of water a plant.
Technology advancements have found their way towards tedious occupations and the latest one in focus is one tied up with health and medicine. This has something to do with a robotic system tasked to aid doctors by doing the actual work that is normally left at the surgeon’s hands.
Military robotics, drone and satellite technologies, as well as the U.S. Army's combat helicopter fleet are part of Chinese data thefts.
NTU scientists create the first humanoid receptionist robot.
Curious to better understand the movements of sea turtles, scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have actually created the "FlipperBot" to generate new data on how they navigate themselves in world.
It sounds like the work of a mad scientist in a comic book.