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by Jonathan Strickland | Jul 28, 2016
We explore the wonderful, terrifying world of combining technology and organic material. From robots with slug muscles to an artificial stingray, what's up with cyborgs?
by Joe McCormick | Dec 3, 2014
What if you could own a big robot made up of thousands of smaller robots, and it was able to change its shape in order to complete various tasks?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 20, 2014
Humans can create some pretty astounding technologies, but it's hard to beat the R&D provided by 4 billion years of evolution. How do modern humans look to nature for inspiration in engineering and design?
by Joe McCormick | Apr 9, 2014
What's the perfect way for rovers to get around? Why settle on the wheel? We look at the challenges of designing rover mobility systems.
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Feb 21, 2014
We have come a long way toward creating convincing robotic animals. See some fascinating robotic animals in action in this video round-up.
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Feb 4, 2014
Some amazing powered exoskeletons are already up and running. Watch videos of our favorite mechanical exoskeletons in this blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | Dec 4, 2013
Engineers have been working on a Tongue Drive System for wheelchairs. Learn about the Tongue Drive System in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | May 23, 2013
The Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius showcases how engineers and innovators approach and solve problems. Learn more in this blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | Apr 22, 2013
Cutting-edge technology owes much to the engineering feats of the natural world. Learn more about natural engineering in the blog post.
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