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Fish pool their experience to solve problems collectively

Implications for business and bio-inspired swarm robotics, say researchers



Preparing pharmaceutical and medical technology for the future

In order to survive in a highly competitive market, companies also need to make sure that they increase their production effectiveness and minimise costs. Michael Suer reports



Robotic liquid handling

Tecan extends flexibility of Cavro Omni Robot with introduction of embedded control functions and the option to select single axis configurations



Movement without muscles study in insects could inspire robot and prosthetic limb developments

Neurobiologists from the University of Leicester have shown that insect limbs can move without muscles – a finding that may provide engineers with new ways to improve the control of robotic and prosthetic limbs.



Developing healthcare robotics

The development of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence technologies have received a major boost with more than £17.3 million of investment



Advances in Recombinant Protein Technologies

ELRIG have announced that registration is now open for its Advances in Recombinant Protein Technologies which this year will focus on redesigned synthetic systems. The 2 day symposium will be held at the Astra Zeneca’s Alderley Park Site in Macclesfield on 19th and 20th November.



Robotics insights through flies' eyes

A fly's brain enables the unbelievable - the animal's easy negotiation of obstacles in rapid flight, split-second reaction to the hand that would catch it, and unerring navigation to the smelly delicacies it lives on.



Robotics: Considering Future Human-Android Interactions

With knowledge of present day technology, the scientists predict that within 50 years androids will be able to speak in human-like voices, identify spoken words with precision, or answer questions from a body of textual information.



Robotics: Whiskered robot rat

A team of scientists have developed an innovative robot rat which can seek out and identify objects using its whiskers.



Clues for self-cleaning materials in robotics

Self-cleaning walls, counter tops, fabrics, even micro-robots that can walk on water - all those things and more could be closer to reality because of research recently completed by scientists.



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