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Healthtech: Five examples of 3D printing’s potential in healthcare

The potential of 3D printing in healthcare is inspiring some of the finest minds in biomedical engineering to take their research into the technology...

Robots used to grow mini-organs from human stem cells

Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine in Seattle have developed an automated system that uses robots to produce human mini-organs,...

Microsoft invests $5 billion in new IoT strategy

Microsoft has outlined plans to make a substantial investment in IoT technology, setting aside $5 billion to grow its partner ecosystem, develop a more...

Huawei’s roadmap leads to IoT automation services

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is building out a total ecosystem and infrastructure play that brings AI-driven automation intelligence to every layer of the network...

Researchers use wearables to keep sheep farmers one step ahead

Researchers at the University of Nottingham are working with agriculture industry leaders to address the challenge of lameness in sheep – and an IoT...

Robot swans to measure water quality in Singapore

Robotic swans are being deployed in Singapore's reservoirs to provide real-time assessments of water quality. The project is the culmination of work by the city...

Cornell engineers program tiny robots to react like insects

Researchers at Cornell University, New York, are developing tiny, insect-inspired robots that don't just look like the real thing. They think like it too.  Taking...

Cardiff researchers to lead ‘chatty’ factories project

University researchers in Cardiff are working on £1.5 million project to develop connected products that can converse with the chatty factories in which they...

Origami-inspired artificial muscles give robots superhuman strength

Working alongside researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, scientists from Harvard University's Wyss Institute have developed origami-inspired artificial muscles.  Traditionally, the stronger...

Deutsche Telekom and Fraunhofer launch IoT R&D centre

Deutsche Telekom and Fraunhofer are teaming up on applied research to solve real-world logistics challenges, initially using NB-IoT. When experts argue that governments should...

Honda unveils disaster response robot

At the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2017) in Vancouver, Honda has revealed a prototype disaster relief robot. Named E2-DR, it...

Railways and post in Thailand to benefit from IoT and blockchain

Two Thai government agencies, the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and Thailand Post, are looking to the IoT and blockchain technologies, respectively, to improve...
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