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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Soft Robotics Update With Dr. Cagdas Onal

Seeking to explore potential applications for soft, deformable robots, a largely unexplored area of robotics engineering a Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) professor has secured nearly $600,000 in federal funding for two separate projects that could point toward practical uses in medicine, manufacturing, and disaster response.

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The Lake Champlain Monster “Champbot”

You could say that he grew up with robots, as his parents run an educational robotics program, R4-K2 in Burlington, Vermont.

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Robotic Garden: Part II Making It Marketable

The team is currently taking the next step, developing a new version of the garden that will be more accessible to schools—affordable and more portable.

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Kite Robotics Part III: The Product Reveal

The KITE team has now completed successful field trials and we’re ready to approach customers and investors with a unique, cutting-edge product.

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The Team Is Busy At Lewis & Clark!

The Team Is Busy At Lewis & Clark!

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Kettering University: A New Home For Flint F.I.R.E.

As a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) mentor, Kettering University senior Harrison Ford coaches hard work while instilling confidence and emphasizing the advantages of education.

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