A team of researchers at Stanford University designed mini robots inspired by the sticky feet of ants and geckos.
A team of robots carry out commands to maneuver vehicles out of tight spaces.
This week on Tasty Tech, we have a cappuccino-brewing robot, clear clay and the fastest train in the world.
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Following the commands of a Curie-powered bracelet, spiderbots can change colors, pump fists and fall asleep.
Animals fly better than humans, swim better, run faster, and hop higher.
World's largest open robot competition includes soccer, kung-fu and even bartending bots.
Although robots exhibit a number of human and superhuman traits on-screen, real-life ones may be just as thrilling.
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