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Photo of Matei Ciocarlie standing next to a robot   Image Basic research breakthroughs by NSF-funded researchers are realizing the vision of universal robots.
Updated June 6, 2016
Two students add a manipulating arm to a robot base   Image Students add an arm to a robot base, making a robot to assist the elderly with manipulation tasks.
Updated June 5, 2016
Dan Popa with the Adaptive Robotic Nursing Assistant   Image Dan Popa stands with the Adaptive Robotic Nursing Assistant.
Updated June 5, 2016
Interactive, mobile robot   Image "Relay," a robot made by Savioke for the hotel industry, will be adapted for eldercare.
Updated June 5, 2016
Robot's view of a resident as they walk together down the hallway of an eldercare facility.   Image Robot's view of a resident as they walk together down the hallway of an eldercare facility.
Updated June 5, 2016
a man interacts with a robot   Image People with visual impairments may be more comfortable interacting with a robot than a stranger.
Updated June 5, 2016
soft robotic glove   Image Soft robotics technologies are about improving people's quality of life in subtle but critical ways.
Updated June 5, 2016
eye-controlled robotic glasses   Image A gaze-controlled robotic system enables individuals with motor impairments to fetch objects.
Updated June 5, 2016
custom robot illustration   Image New methods to allow people to create custom robots at home in a matter of hours.
Updated June 4, 2016
supercomputer   Image Texas Advanced Computing Center will acquire and deploy a new large-scale supercomputing system.
Updated June 3, 2016
3-D GRMHD simulation of a differentially rotating and highly magnetized progenitor to a supernova   Image A simulation of a supernova computed on Stampede.
Updated June 3, 2016
colloidal gel structure   Image Scientists from Cornell University used Stampede to model a colloidal gel.
Updated June 3, 2016
Sampling coral reef   Image A researcher samples a coral reef to determine the make-up of its microbiome.
Updated June 2, 2016
Scientists Rebecca Vega-Thurber, Ryan McMinds and Jerome Payet check on experimental coral plots.   Image Scientists Rebecca Vega-Thurber, Ryan McMinds and Jerome Payet check on experimental coral plots.
Updated June 2, 2016
Photo of coral suffering from Dark Spot Syndrome   Image Coral in the nutrient-enriched plot is suffering from a disease called Dark Spot Syndrome.
Updated June 2, 2016
Photo of coral and algae together   Image Coral and algae together: an increasingly common situation.
Updated June 2, 2016
Photo of marine biologist Deron Burkepile in an herbivore exclosure   Image Marine biologist Deron Burkepile takes notes on bottom-dwelling species in an herbivore exclosure.
Updated June 2, 2016
Photo of a parrotfish about to bite a coral   Image A parrotfish about to bite a coral. Scientists found good and bad news about corals and parrotfish.
Updated June 2, 2016
Photo of divers assessing algae cover on corals   Image Divers assess algae cover on corals in plots at experimental site.
Updated June 2, 2016
RoboBee perching on a vertical surface   Video RoboBees can perch to save energy
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 2, 2016
insect-sized robot shown with a quarter for comparison   Video Controlled flight of a biologically-inspired, insect-scale robot
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 2, 2016
Photo of Robert J. Wood, Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University   Image Robert J. Wood, Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University
Updated June 1, 2016
Photo of ingestible origami robot shown in the palm of a hand   Image New ingestible origami robot from MIT can help remove a swallowed button battery or patch a wound.
Updated June 1, 2016
The self-folding mobile prototype developed by researchers at MIT and Harvard   Image The self-folding mobile prototype developed by researchers at MIT and Harvard.
Updated June 1, 2016
Photo of Daniela Rus   Image Daniela Rus is Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT.
Updated June 1, 2016
The Making of a Collaborative Robot   Image Federal co-robotics research investments help ensure U.S. economic growth, improved quality of life.
Updated June 1, 2016
Photo of a man handing ethernet cables to 2 robotic arms.   Image Expo will feature a panel discussion with roboticists and demonstrations of novel co-robot research.
Updated June 1, 2016
Photo of soft inflatable robot arm from Carnegie Mellon   Image The National Robotics Initiative advanced research in soft robotics and other novel research areas.
Updated June 1, 2016
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