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Robotic guides aid firefighters

Robotic guides aid firefighters

A potentially life-saving application of robotics has been developed by Sheffield Hallam University and King’s College London, with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

Essentially, a small mobile robot equipped with tactile sensors would lead the way, with the firefighter following a metre or…

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EPSRC blogs on innovation and science funding policy

EPSRC blogs on innovation and science funding policy

We’re happy to promote a new entry to the electronics blogosphere. The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is launching a new science and engineering blog and is seeking contributions from scientists and engineers, as well as EPSRC staff…

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The Dyson School of Design Engineering opens at Imperial Read More
Cambridge scoops iCAN UK sensor contest Read More
Warwick University readies WUSAT 2 cubesat mission Read More
Planar photonic crystal chip predicts extreme breakers Read More
Artificial hand senses temperature and pressure

Artificial hand senses temperature and pressure

A device to transmit manual touch sensations directly into the brain – inevitably dubbed a “bionic hand” – is being worked on by the universities of Leeds, Essex, Keele, Southampton and Imperial College London, led by Newcastle University…

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Surrey hosts UKSEDS National Student Space Conference Read More