Robotic bees, or Robobees, developed by researchers at Harvard and MIT with support from NSF.
Federal co-robotics research investments help ensure U.S. economic growth, improved quality of life.
Two VelociRoACH robots cooperatively climb a step taller than their size.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are developing co-robots that can assist the elderly.
A student works in the Choreographe visual programming environment used to program humanoid robots.
New methods to allow people to create custom robots at home in a matter of hours.
Small, autonomous rotorcraft such as this would be used to inspect bridges and other critical infrastructure in a research project led by roboticists at Carnegie Mellon University.
A child plays an interactive language learning game with Tega, a socially assistive robot.
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