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The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) is an independent administrative institutions and is largely funded through annual subsidies from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). It was established in 1932 with the aim to promote scientific...
09 February, 2016
A first fully autonomous two-seater electric pods in the UK developed by The LUTZ Pathfinder project won the prestigious Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) Automotive Award for Innovation 2015.
22 January, 2016
Through Student Forums, the EPSRC UK-RAS Network aims to bring together and provide support for students who are interested in robotics. The Forums are intended to (a) create a vibrant environment for knowledge exchange, (b) support students to develop new research and leadership skills, and...
14 January, 2016
As Tim Peake reawakens the UK’s fascination with space travel, it is exciting to remember that alongside of Tim some British experts are at the forefront of space discovery. At the Surrey Space Centre (SSC) at the University of Surrey, scientists and engineers have been working for nearly four...
04 January, 2016
Competition will showcase the latest advances in surgical robot technologies from the world’s leading institutions.
18 December, 2015
With over 750 events across Europe, this year’s edition of the European Robotics Week broke all records. Throughout the week, Europeans were invited to visit laboratories, join debates, build and program robots, and voice their opinion. This was a unique opportunity for over 30’000 participants to...
15 December, 2015
A consortium of leading researchers, care providers and robotics experts have received a major award of over £2m from Innovate UK to develop a modular robotic solution for the home to revolutionise long-term care by giving people the choice to stay independent in their own homes as they age.
07 December, 2015
Robotics Revolution Realization Through International Collaboration
04 December, 2015
Chinese manufacturing accounts for about 20 percent of the world's total. However due to rising labour costs and demographical changes in the working population, economy has slowed down in recent years. Hence there is an increasing demand for industrial automation to replace manpower by robot, and...
01 December, 2015
Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) has launched a call for research on Robotics and Autonomous System for Rolling Stock Maintenance via the Rail Research UK Association (RRUKA).
24 November, 2015