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πŸ€– Robotics

Robots can do hard, dangerous and repetitive tasks 24/7 and they are fast getting more advanced and helpful.

Linn Winge

πŸ€– Bubbles and robots keep rivers clean

Students are using bubbles, robots and artificial intelligence to clear the world’s rivers from plastics.

Alexander Engelin

πŸͺ¨ Historic moment – first rock sample from Mars

The NASA rover "Perseverance" collected its first rock sample from Mars earlier this month. A historic moment with implications for human understanding of Mars.

Elina Holmgren Tyskling

πŸ₯ Xenobots – how the first living robot will change healthcare

Xenobots - small robots built of skin cells can be an important tool of the future, in everything from cancer treatment to curing old age.

Elina Holmgren Tyskling

πŸ€– Facebook releases platform for robot developments

Facebook has created a platform where developers can build robots with the ability to recognize natural language, perform tasks and navigate their surroundings.

Linn Winge

🦾 CHARM - the coral farming robot

CHARM is a robot that helps with the restoration of coral reefs. The robot is easily controlled with an app on your phone or computer.

Kent Olofsson

🐍 Mask-like micro-robot will map the environmental impact of agriculture

A prototype should show what is possible to do with a centimeter-sized micro-robot.

Linn Winge

🩰 The ballet dancing robot

Merritt Moore, a professional ballerina and quantum physicist, programmed herself a partner to dance with during the lockdown - the ballet dancing robot β€œBaryshnibot”.

Kent Olofsson

πŸ€– Self-propelled robots reduce the need for forklifts

By using self-propelled robots in warehouses and factories, efficiency will increase and the risk of accidents will decrease.

Kent Olofsson

πŸ€– A new processor will give us safer and more flexible robots

A tailor-made processor enables robots to more quickly analyze their surroundings and move among us humans in a safe way.