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Agritechnique UGEVs Adapt to Emergency Situations
Talking Stock Picks for 2015 at the Investing Webcast
Conducting R&D with Government Funding

Soft Robotics Raises $5M for Flexible Fingers
Soft Robotics Inc. spun out of Harvard University surgical research and provides end effectors for handling varied, fragile items. (December 17, 2015)

Robotic Limbs Begin to Revolutionize Prosthetics
Prosthetic limbs are traditionally awkward, but biomechatronic advances and DARPA funding have led to refinements in sensors, power, and movement. (December 16, 2015)

Concern Grows Over Robots Behaving Badly
Are we are rushing headlong into the robotics revolution without consideration for the many unforeseen problems? (December 15, 2015)

Nominate the World’s Top Robotics Companies for the RBR50
Do you know a leading robotics company? RBR is accepting submissions for its fifth annual RBR50 list of the top robotics companies in the world. (December 15, 2015)

U.K. Could Follow International Approach to Drone Rules
Although the U.K. was among the first nations to adopt clear and comprehensive regulations governing airborne drones, safety and privacy concerns will likely lead to more developments. (December 14, 2015)

Making Room for a Home Robot? They’re Coming!
If you missed our webcast on Consumer Robotics 2016, here’s a second chance to get ahead of the crowd. (December 11, 2015)

Do Robot Vacuum Cleaners Signify a New India?
'Clean India' initiative follows growing demand from modernization and rising wages, with a large market expected for robot vacuums. (December 10, 2015)

Kurion Acquires Oxford Technologies for Reactor Robots
Startup Kurion has bought fellow hazardous materials handler Oxford Technologies to expand its robotics team and grow its European presence. (December 09, 2015)

U.K. Consortium Gets $3M Grant for Home Care Robotics
As populations worldwide age, robots might relieve visiting caretakers of helping with daily chores so that they can focus on human interaction. (December 08, 2015)

Cobot Makers Flex Their Muscles at iREX in Tokyo
Japanese and foreign robot makers demonstrated their co-robot wares in Tokyo, addressing a wider range of functions with safer cobots. (December 07, 2015)

Mobile Robots Rev Up for Material Handling
Material handling is a prime target for automation, but modern manufacturing and logistics have specific and shifting requirements. How are mobile robots satisfying them? (December 03, 2015)

Why Joe Engelberger Mattered: 1925-2015
Engelberger is the all-American guy. He exudes warmth, humor, and joie de vivre. (December 01, 2015)

Starship Goes the Last Mile for Deliveries
The newly launched Starship delivery robot has gained a lot of attention. Let's take a look at the technology, the "last-mile problem" it's designed to solve, potential legal issues, and the competition --robotic and non-robotic -- that Starship faces. (December 01, 2015)

Agritechnique UGEVs Adapt to Emergency Situations
The patent-pending unmanned ground engineering vehicle (UGEV) comes in four versions. (December 01, 2015)

Can the U.K. Hasten Adoption of 3D Production?
The U.K. is already a leader in additive manufacturing research, but experts note that it needs to do more to keep up with the global trend toward 3D printing for production. (November 30, 2015)


Special Focus: Robots and the Law
Robots and the Law

Expert insight on the ethical and legal issues affecting robot regulations globally.


Starship Goes the Last Mile for Deliveries

Get Ahead of Commercial Drone Rules

RoboLaw Expert Tries to Educate European Legislators
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Special Focus: 3D Printing
3D Printing

The new reality of customizable, one-off production:
Additive Manufacturing (AM). Where it’s going, why and what’s
driving its emergence.


3D Printing Begins to Come of Age…Finally!

Exoskeleton Research Steps Up to Challenges

Robotics Takeways From CES 2016
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