Watch a herd of MIT's Mini Cheetah robots frolic in the fall leaves
Backflips, soccer and creepy dances are part of the fun.
Robot bees can crash into walls without taking damage
Soft muscles prevent the bots from taking a bruising.
Algorithms help robot dogs trot more like real animals
They mimic the natural balance of vertebrates.
Synthetic fiber 'muscles' could lead to brawny robots and prosthetics
They can carry many times their own weight.
Fungus headphones offer a glimpse at the renewable future of electronics
The Korvaa headset swaps plastic, leather and mesh for microbe-grown materials.
Researchers say 'spidey senses' could help self-driving vehicles avoid hazards
They're developing autonomous, spider-inspired sensors.
Stanford students' robot dog does backflips for (relatively) cheap
Doggo can be made with off-the-shelf parts and open code.
Scientists create a four-winged robot insect that flies with grace
Bee+ is more poised than its two-winged counterparts.
Shrimp-inspired robot claw could punch through rock
It'd be more efficient than lasers.