The UK’s first mind-controlled robotic arm has been implanted in a solder who lost his limb in Afghanistan.
A one-step method to grow and transfer high-quality graphene on silicon and other stiff substrates has been developed in Singapore.
Robonaut 2, the International Space Station’s robotic crewmember, could soon have legs that will let it perform repetitive tasks inside and outside the orbiting laboratory.
Cambridge Consultants have developed a technology demonstrator that could eventually help to save the lives of over one million children a year.
The daily commute on London Underground took on a terrifying new challenge in 1939 when the capital’s subterranean commuters ran the very real risk of being drowned during their journey.
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