MIT researchers have created a soft robotic fish that can turn at angles as extreme as 100 degrees, which is a major breakthrough for soft robotics.
The world's first self-regulating heart (meaning that it speeds up and slows down as needed) has made its way into humans.
These cubes are actually spinning, jumping robots, and they can move around and snap together to create different objects.
Stop walking around under your own power like a sucker and start living the robot-assisted high life.
This robot phlebotomist is just as accurate as a human and a heck of a lot faster.
The Robo Raven is the first robotic bird with wings that flap independently of each other.
Oh, good. Cheap, tough arms for the robot masses yearning to overthrow their human overlords.
Researches create robotic suction cups like those of an octopus.
This gripping breakthrough has broad-reaching implications for the world of prosthetics.
A new material created by researchers at MIT performs a pretty handy trick: it turns small amounts of water vapor into energy.