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Alright, so it may not be quite as terrifying as something like Carnegie Mellon's robotic snake or NC State's remote-control bats, but this so-called Gymnobot from the University of Bath does boast some animal-mimicking abilities of its own and, if all goes as planned, it could eventually grow a wh

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It may look like something that emerged from a DIY enthusiast's basement, but a post-graduate student at the University of Bath says the robot crab pictured above could one day change the way underwater exploration is conducted. As with so many other robots, that feat is done in no small part by mi

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Just as ASTRO and NextSat get ready for decommissioning, a duo of lightweight leapers are getting geared up to take the proverbial next step from testing to interplanetary exploration. Jollbot and Glumper, crafted by a group of mechanical engineers from the University of Bath, could provide solutio

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We knew our obscure collection of facial contortion capabilities would pay off sooner or later. A new project from the University of Bath called \"Empathic Painting\" reads the mood on your face and paints accordingly, sending you into a spiral of despair with the skill only a machine could manage.

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