Airbus presents 3D-printed mini aircraft

The world's first 3D-printed aircraft THOR on display in the Airbus booth at the International Aerospace Exhibition in Schoenefeld near Berlin, on 1 June, 2016 Dwarfed by huge jets all around, the mini-plane Thor was nonetheless an eye-catcher at the B

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FoldiMate-a robotic clothes and laundry folding machine

‘FoldiMate is a robotic clothes and laundry folding machine; the only way it knows to fold is like an expert. ‘FoldiMate Family, our home targeted robotic laundry folder, will quickly become a must have in every household around the world.’

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WHY YOUR CHILD SHOULD START LEARNING ONLINE!!

School, classroom, books have become the three components of a child’s life today. Education is evolving, we cannot teach our children in the same manner in which we were taught. Traditional classroom education fails to cater to the variation in learning

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Pepper the robot gets a job at Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut Asia and MasterCard are partnering to bring Pepper, SoftBank's somewhat creepy humanoid robot to restaurants by the end of 2016. If all goes as planned, Pepper will be able to take and process entire customer orders. This marks the first commerc

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Hyperloop to use sensor-embedded fiber for pods

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has announced a new technology that's going to raise the hackles of Marvel's lawyers. The company, in collaboration with Slovakian materials firm c2i, has created a carbon fiber composite that'll cover the inside and

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Kidobotikz-Summer Camp 2016

Summer may be a time to relax for those who are tired of studying, but learning is always beautiful. Kidobotikz linked up with The Hindu Young World again to inspire young minds to be part of an event that could nourish their future. The camp was filled w

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Harvard's RoboBee now perches on overhanging surfaces to preserve power

Around the size of a paper-clip, the RoboBee is crafted from flat layers of laser-cut carbon fiber and weighs about 80 mg. Through a set of piezoelectric actuators it flaps gossamer-like plastic wings back and forth at 120 beats per second, but in its cur

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Rwanda's blood-delivering drones to service 20 hospitals this summer

It is said that constraint can breed innovation, and when it comes to delivering medical cargo by land in Rwanda, also known as the "Land of Thousand Hills," there are some serious limitations at play. To overcome the nation's challenging topography, the

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WHY YOUR CHILD SHOULD START LEARNING ROBOTICS FROM YOUNG AGE

Yesterday’s future is today’s reality. The Future is secure for those who started constructing their foundation with the right idea and knowledge. Robotics is not just a piece of mechanism. It’s an art that exhibits logical possibilities of all fields of

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Reusable microbots make meal of toxic metalsReusable microbots make meal of toxic metals

Researchers have developed a tube-shaped microbot that offers a cheaper and more effective way of removing heavy metals than previous methods. The self-propelled microbots use an outer layer of graphene that binds to lead ions it comes in contact with. Th

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