People like robots that act like humans but only up to a certain point.
Nanotechnology scientists aim to create robots the size of molecules, and that has alarmists predicting apocalyptic outcomes.
NASA has designed a new grappling tool based on geckos' foot grips.
Scientists trick the brain into attributing signals from its own body to an invisible "ghostly" presence.
Scientists are devising tiny robots in order to better understand insect flight.
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The European Grex project is developing a team of submarine robots to help scientists discover mysteries of the deep.
We found that lobsters and crayfish communicate by shooting streams of urine into each others' faces. Now, we look at urine signaling from the receiver's end.
Do you enjoy wine, but lack the knowledge of a typical wine connoisseur? Well, for about $20,000, you can have a robot do it for you.
To say that robots don't have feelings is literal, as well as figurative.