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Google Science Fair: A 3D-Printed Exoskeleton That Can Train a Paralyzed Hand to Move Again

A 16-year-old from Saudi Arabia develops an exoskeleton and control glove to revolutionize physical therapy for stroke patients


Mimicking the Veins in a Leaf, Scientists Hope to Make Super-Efficient Displays and Solar Cells

Fractals and biomimetics just helped to surpass the performance of today’s transparent electrode materials


A Brief History of the Microwave Oven

Where the “radar” in Raytheon’s Radarange came from


After the IC: Jack Kilby’s Solar Misadventure

The Nobel Prize winner spent a decade trying to create a household solar energy system—and failed


Working Out With Intel and Oakley’s Chatty Radar Pace Augmented Reality Smart Glasses

If your smart glasses contain a virtual companion who knows exactly what you are doing and has an opinion about it, are you living in an augmented reality?


Video Friday: Deep Learning for Cars, Space Invaders With Drones, and Disagreeable Robot

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


Demo: The Ekso GT Robotic Exoskeleton for Paraplegics and Stroke Patients

The exoskeleton built for spinal cord injury patients is now cleared for stroke patients as well


A Superfast DNA Sequencer Based on Motion Detection

Molybdenum disulfide is the new cutting-edge material for nanopore DNA sequencers


IEEE RAS

Google Science Fair: A 3D-Printed Exoskeleton That Can Train a Paralyzed Hand to Move Again

A 16-year-old from Saudi Arabia develops an exoskeleton and control glove to revolutionize physical therapy for stroke patients


Video Friday: Deep Learning for Cars, Space Invaders With Drones, and Disagreeable Robot

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


Demo: The Ekso GT Robotic Exoskeleton for Paraplegics and Stroke Patients

The exoskeleton built for spinal cord injury patients is now cleared for stroke patients as well


How a Robot Football Player Will Prevent Concussions

During practice, the MVP robot can stand in for American football players and take the tackles


Aggressive Quadrotors Conquer Gaps With Ultimate Autonomy

Entirely onboard sensing and localization makes this drone ready for autonomous acrobatics anywhere


IBM's Brain-Inspired Chip Tested for Deep Learning

IBM's TrueNorth computer chip shows it can do deep learning despite not having been designed for it


Video Friday: LEGO Drone Kits, Robots in the Desert, and Pepper Learns New Tricks

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


D-Wave Founder's New Startup Combines AI, Robots, and Monkeys in Exo-Suits

Quantum computing pioneers want to patent AI telerobotics controlled by humans—and monkeys


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