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In the CES emerging company space, food got a surprising amount of attention. We all have to eat, so it's a steady market, but food robots? Darn right!
The ESA is looking to colonise the moon and use 3D printers to add a touch of European design.
Can space robotics pave the way for the development of connected vehicles?
NASA and the European Space Agency have successfully tested something called the Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) protocol, which they hope will provide internet-like communications in space. They did so by controlling a Lego robot in Germany from the International Space Station.
SmartPlanet's Sumi Das looks at how robots may profoundly impact our future, including life-saving robots that roam our oceans and space-bound rovers that will help us rediscover the Moon.
Scientia - Science News offers the latest in science news while you are on the go. The app is easy to navigate and allows you to easily...
Planetary Resources plans to harvest water and other valuable natural resources from near-by asteroids.
Aliens are real, and they're in your dress up rooms! Alien Robots Crazy Dress Up takes you far into outer space among the stars where...
NASA was successful in using robots to repair and refuel satellites orbiting the Earth, saving humans from doing the onerous and dangerous task.
Flying robots in space .. all made possible by a Samsung Nexus S.
Scientists are examining whether bacteria could power the next-generation of mini robots used in space research missions.
The R2B robot has undergone power testing on the International Space Station, where it will eventually help astronauts by carrying out menial and dangerous tasks
A second mysterious, robotic space plane was launched into orbit by the US Air Force on Saturday.
A look inside the lab housing a duplicate set of the systems on the International Space Station, Nasa and Boeing check new software out before uploading it to the station
Video phones, domed cities, insectoid robots — back in the past, the future looked pretty exciting. Here's a look at the world we could be living in, if the tech had only worked out
The most dexterous humanoid robot yet, it has no lower body -- but it's taking questions on Twitter.
The space agency will call on all of us to help analyze data collected by NASA robots.
Justin is a space robot that can fix satellites or destroy them if they don't work. He's the jack of all trades.
According to Canadian engineers at Queen's University, there are now more than 8,000 satellites in orbit around the Earth. Of course, if they stop to work correctly, these satellites will not be able to be repaired from the ground and will become space junk. So these researchers have developed a robotic repair system to fix ailing satellites. Right now, they're writing software to track these satellites. Their tracking software would then be used by an Autonomous Space Servicing Vehicle (ASSV) 'to grasp the ailing satellite from its orbit and draw it into the repair vehicle's bay. Once there, remote control from the ground station can be used for the repair.' I'm somewhat skeptical about the idea, considering that the satellites in orbit have been launched by various countries and companies using very different technologies. But read more...
There's more than one way to pick apart the fabric of space and time. You can dig an enormous hole in the ground, fill it with enormous amounts of cash, and send particles screaming to their deaths inside the eyes of giant robots in search of fundamental truth about how gravity works.