Biorobotics – the augmentation of the human body with robotics – has gone from interesting idea to real-world science with staggering potential.
By Kitty Drok | Research; Engineering and mining | 1 comment
Three Curtin University students have placed fourth in the world in the iNexus international robotics competition, recently held at Techfest 2012, in India.
By Andrea Barnard | Campus and community; Engineering and mining; IT and computing | Leave a comment
While the luxury of mechanical helpers around the home is a ways off, Curtin’s annual Robofair shows how robots still play a major, if slightly less obvious, role in 21st century life.
By Sam Jeremic | Campus and community; Engineering and mining | Leave a comment