Robotics News

New solar-powered milli-robots can gather data on crop performance and pesticide use

The SOMIRO project has developed swimming, solar-powered milli-robots to gather data on crop performance and pesticide use.

Engineers create a jellyfish-inspired underwater robot for marine exploration

The University of Southampton has been inspired by jellyfish to engineer a flexible underwater robot that can propel itself through water.

Innovation in the construction industry

The Construction Scotland Innovation Centre is driving transformational change across the construction industry

Studying spider limb regeneration to inspire new generation soft-robotics

By studying spider limb regeneration, scientists have been able to investigate the rules that spiders use to construct their webs and embed them  into virtual spiders to be used to inform aspects of modern robotics.

Exploring robotics and AI in a clinical setting with the ODIN project

A research team from the University of Warwick has been awarded €13m for the ODIN project, which will explore the use of robotics and...

The results of the 2020 ERC Space and Robotics Event

ERIG e.V, a German student association at the Technical University of Braunschweig, is the winner of the sixth edition of the international Mars rover...

Revolutionary maritime funding to increase European sustainability

New European maritime funding could revolutionise the sector, increasing global sustainability and ocean-based food security. As Horizon 2020 draws to an end, the European Union...

Why isn’t there more agricultural robots in our fields?

AgreenCulture discuss their work developing agricultural robotics solutions to promote the adoption of modern precision farming in Europe. In the...

Virginia students to compete in international robotics competition

A team of students from Virginia have been selected for the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge 2020. Tomonari Furukawa, robotics researcher, Zinn Faculty Scholar,...

Sea Machines Robotics: paving the way for a new era of maritime

Sea Machines Robotics is retooling the marine industry with autonomous technology, one vessel at a time. Although 77% of the planet is covered in water...


Robotics is a blend of computer science and engineering with the intended product being a robot device.

The study of robot technology consists of disciplines such as: dynamic system modelling and analysis, mathematics, computer science, engineering and automation.

There are six types of industrial robots: cartesian, SCARA, cylindrical, delta, polar and vertically articulated.

Here you can find all the latest research and discovery in the field of robotics.