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Microtechnics - Computer Science - 01.04.2024
A decade of winning ideas
A decade of winning ideas

Microtechnics - 08.11.2023
XoMotion created by SFU researchers to be world's most advanced exoskeleton for mobility challenged
XoMotion created by SFU researchers to be world’s most advanced exoskeleton for mobility challenged

Microtechnics - 26.10.2023
Breakthrough 'robot skin' in collaboration with Honda researchers
Breakthrough ’robot skin’ in collaboration with Honda researchers
Science, Health & Technology Lou Corpuz-Bosshart Smart soft sensor can improve prosthetics and enhance human-robot interaction Smart, stretchable and highly sensitive, a new soft sensor developed by

Microtechnics - Economics - 25.08.2023
A robot to help reduce wildfire risk in remote areas

Microtechnics - Physics - 09.08.2023
Event: UBC students race Mario Kart robots
Event: UBC students race Mario Kart robots

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 28.07.2023
Supporting safer cities with 5G technology
UWaterloo and Rogers partnership helps transform infrastructure inspections Office of Research Smart cities are moving towards the automation of many essential services. Quality of life for city residents relies on the safety of its buildings, roads, bridges and other infrastructures. Manual inspection of these infrastructures, besides being costly, is a tedious task that requires special skills and intense labour - especially when access to some sites, like bridges, is not easy.

Microtechnics - Health - 21.06.2023
AI-powered robotics system will increase access to diagnostic imaging, improving patient care

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 19.05.2023
Interactive 'Stargazer' camera robot that can help film tutorial videos
Interactive ’Stargazer’ camera robot that can help film tutorial videos
A group of computer scientists from the University of Toronto wants to make it easier to film how-to videos.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 28.03.2023
Tasking the 'bots
Tasking the ’bots
In a third-floor laboratory at UdeM's Department of Computer Science, Glen Berseth and his students are busy putting two robotic arms, a quadruped and a motorized toy truck through their paces.

Microtechnics - 11.01.2023
Waterloo mechatronics engineering student organizes Mecha Mayhem event

Microtechnics - 29.09.2022
'It's a really cool place': University of Toronto Mississauga students get hands-on experience in new robotics teaching lab
’It’s a really cool place’: University of Toronto Mississauga students get hands-on experience in new robotics teaching lab

Environment - Microtechnics - 19.05.2022
Completing the arc

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 19.04.2022
Tidying up with the robots
Tidying up with the robots

Innovation - Microtechnics - 14.04.2022
Waterloo RoboHub helps Avidbots advance robotics innovation

Microtechnics - Innovation - 08.04.2022
Innovative applications pave way for golden age of drones
Innovative applications pave way for golden age of drones
A team of Western researchers are leveraging the capabilities of autonomous aerial vehicles, most commonly drones, to deliver innovative, safe and secure methods of data collection for an extensive list of commercial and non-commercial operations. As drone technology rapidly develops and advances, the global level of interest and viability has soared exponentially.

Campus - Microtechnics - 27.10.2021
New salad robot serves up fresh meals at SFU's Burnaby campus
New salad robot serves up fresh meals at SFU’s Burnaby campus

Microtechnics - Environment - 11.08.2021
CFI invests $3.9 M in McGill research
CFI invests $3.9 M in McGill research