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Self-healing electronic skin brings cyborgs closer to reality

NEWSBYTE: Electronic skin that mimics the functionality and mechanical properties of human skin has been developed at the University of Colorado Boulder. Embedded sensors in...

Forget door-opening bots, give us robot cockroaches, say boffins

NEWSBYTE: A team of researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, Harvard University, and Pennsylvania State University, have suggested that robot designers should take...

Why you could soon have a neural network on your smartphone

Researchers at MIT have paved the way to low-power neural networks that can run on devices such as smartphones and household appliances. Andrew Hobbs...

MIT develops low-power high-speed chips for IoT security

MIT researchers have hardwired public-key encryption into a new chip for IoT devices. It uses 1/400 of the power of software execution, one tenth...

Digital Biotech: TetraScience develops IoT platform for R&D

At a company called TetraScience, an IoT platform for R&D has been developed to connect lab equipment, take research to the cloud, and drive...

Business Secretary Greg Clark MP announces new national battery facility for...

UK government minister Greg Clark makes major battery announcements at Internet of Business event. The UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy...

3D-printed synthetic muscle opens door to lifelike robots

A ‘soft actuator’ with an intrinsic expansion ability and three times the strength of natural muscle has been developed by researchers at Columbia Engineering...

Smart home device metadata offers hackers insight into residents’ habits

Metadata generated by IoT devices in a smart home could give hackers valuable clues about its inhabitant's lifestyle and behavior, according to research published...

Driverless boats could become a reality in UK trial

Driverless boats could become a reality after Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (SLEP), a partnership of universities, businesses and public sector organisations in the Solent...

CODI: Schneider Electric’s hub for supply chain advances

This morning at Internet of Supply Chain EMEA in Amsterdam, attendees were taken on a whistle-stop tour of cutting-edge technology projects currently underway at...

Disney Research showcases how ambient radio waves could power IoT devices

Disney Research's Wireless Systems group demonstrates IoT technology powered by radio waves. Radio waves are used by many IoT devices to connect to the wider...

New earbud promises smartphone control in the blink of an eye

A new type of earbud that can recognise facial expressions is under development. Future possible uses include providing control of a smartphone to people...