Scientists have used an innovative 3D-printing technology to manufacture multipurpose fish-shaped microrobots that swim around and are powered by hydrogen peroxide.
NASA may have designed a gecko-inspired robot that could, in the future, help the International Space Station.
Imagine a robot that can build other robots. Now imagine a "mother" robot that can test each of its "children" to see which ones perform the best at certain tasks. Now, this robot is real.
MIT engineers may have created the most human-like robot yet for this year's DARPA robotics competition. The new, bipedal robot actually has human reflexes.
Evolution isn't just for biological species; it's also something that can occur with robots. Researchers have found that Darwinian selection can be used to evolve robot controllers able to effectively self-organize their tasks.
Resources aren't easy to find on the moon or Mars, and that's why NASA is building drones to find them.
A NASA robot may be set to build rocket parts for a Mars mission.
Researchers have designed a robot that can make much more nimble movements with its hands.
Scientists have created a robot that mimics the same movements as an actual insect. Researchers have created a mechanical insect that can launch itself off of the water's surface.
A hitchhiking robot has begun its epic journey across the United States. Known as hitchBOT, the robot was actually first designed as a kind of sociology experiment to see whether or not a robot could trust humans enough to hitchhike solo across the country.
A robot may have passed a self-awareness test. Scientists have given three Nao robots and updated version of the classic "wise men puzzle" self-awareness test and one of them managed to pass.