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26 Feb 2017
Flexible, soft robots containing muscle-like actuators could revolutionise rehabilitation for the infirm, say researchers at Switzerland's EPFL.
21 Feb 2017
The first app-based solution to help drone owners and general aviation (GA) pilots avoid collision has been launched in Switzerland.
16 Feb 2017
Sellafield is the birthplace of Britain's nuclear industry and it's also the site of its worst disaster. With many facilities sealed off and out of bounds to humans, the region has become a test bed for specialist robot makers.
16 Feb 2017
Dan Reed, Facebook's global head of sports partnerships, discusses the company's integration of virtual reality and sports.
15 Feb 2017
Oregon State University launches a robot business aimed at bringing "legged locomotion" to wide-scale use.
15 Feb 2017
India launches more than a hundred satellites in a single mission.
11 Feb 2017
A UCLA-led research team reports that the moon is at least 40 to 140 million years older than previously thought.
8 Feb 2017
London's Science Museum opens the largest ever exhibition of humanoid robots on Wednesday, exploring our 500-year history of recreating life through automation.
8 Feb 2017
Twitter says it has come up with new ways to make abusive tweeters less effective: hiding their content and preventing banned users from creating new accounts.
7 Feb 2017
Apple's latest product isn't for sale to consumers: It's a new headquarters referred to by Silicon Valley as the ‘spaceship’.
6 Feb 2017
Roboticists from Trinity College Dublin are designing assistive robots that are stable and mobile, and have improved social interfaces to better interact with humans.
3 Feb 2017
U.s.-based global health non-profit organisation, PATH, is testing a single-use contraceptive injection in Africa. The jab uses the Uniject injection system developed in the 1980s to make injections simpler in the developing world.

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