Founded in 1990 by engineering professor Robert D. Howe, the Biorobotics Lab develops robots that can both sense and operate in dynamic, unpredictable environments.
"I would say the big issue in education today is both equity and excellence," says Katherine Merseth. " I’m working to see if we can raise both excellence and equity. That is my life’s work."
Sleep. We spend almost a third of our lives doing it. It’s incredibly important, yet there is still so much we don’t understand.
The headless chicken ran in circles, its wings flapping in seeming distress, its bloody neck stub gyrating up and down. The children began to pour buckets of water over the chicken for no reason I could discern.
Here at FM, we’ve decided to prepare some drink recipes to calm your nerves and make buying those plane tickets a little easier.
A large silhouette, at least six feet tall, looms over us. It’s clutching a dagger in one hand. Heavy chains are draped over its shoulder.
The Octobot is the world's first robot that has no rigid components.
This is the world’s first completely untethered, 100 percent soft robot.
Standing in the museum tonight, watching a baby chicken pecking its way out of its shell and into life, all the old mystery and excitement comes rushing back.