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Contest Helps Spur Student Curiosity in STEM
Student Design Competition Profile: BEST Robotics
Contest Helps Spur Student Curiosity in STEM
Student Design Competition Profile: BEST Robotics
Omron Helps University of Houston Engineering Students Enhance Skills with New Design and Robotics Laboratory
Omron Foundation, the charitable arm of the U.S.-based operations of industrial automation solutions provider Omron, donated a new laboratory complete with workstations and equipment.
Robots with a Soft Touch
3D printed soft robots could could help address the shortage of healthcare workers.
Siemens Releases KineoWorks Version 7.0
As one of its new features, KineoWorks version 7.0 comes with a new standalone application—Kwik—for accelerating your KineoWorks application development. 
Building Student Teamwork Via Robotics
Next-Gen Engineers Student Design Competition Profile: VEX IQ Challenge Next Level
Six-Axis Metal Printer Can Create Large, Complex Components
Robotic printer uses simulation to immediately correct for anomalies.
DE News Roundup: January 18, 2019
3D-Printed Autoparts from Ford and Carbon, Staffing Firm Modis's Survey on What Attracts and Keeps Top Talent, What Analysts Say about the Potentials of Personal Robots, and more
Giving Machines the Sense of Touch
It’s important to remember that the sensor is still in the early stages of development, yet the technology represents a step closer to giving robots, prosthetics and electronic devices the sense of touch.
Sensors Boost Robot Performance
Robots are starting to deliver unprecedented levels of performance. But why now?
Swarm 3D Printing Concrete Structures
Autonomous robotic printers create large concrete forms.
The New Decentralized Innovation Stack
A technology stack is a set of IT products or services that independently are useful and important, but when integrated become a platform for greater innovation.
MIT Prints Shape-Shifting Soft ‘Bots
MIT engineers have joined the shape-shifting robot fray with 3D-printed structures that can change shape and move using magnetism. Researchers at MIT have 3D printed soft robots that can move or change shape when exposed to a magnetic field. The...
Students Walk the Innovation Talk
Rini Paiva is the vice president, Recognition and Selection, for the National Inventors Hall of Fame. We spoke to him to learn more about the Collegiate Inventors Competition.
Military Moves Toward Driverless Vehicles
Combatting engineering issues related to automated vehicles in combat settings.
Arduino Partners with Distrelec to Launch Automation and Robotics Contest
Users of the Arduino ecosystem challenged to design and build solutions for Industry 4.0 applications.



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