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LLNL Researchers Debut New Class of 3D-Printed Metamaterials
“Field-responsive mechanical metamaterials” change properties under magnetic fields.
Army Robots Prepare to Go to School
Robots that will equip the future U.S. Army will progress through an environment leading to full autonomy as equal partners with soldiers on the battlefield, if the ARL has its way.
Researchers Have Artificial Skin in Robotics Game
A research team may one day cover robots and prosthetic devices with nanotechnology skin to provide them with a sense of touch far superior to humans.
Molecular Robotics Builds the Ultimate Miniature Machines
The U.S. military may manufacture combat parts and supplies on the battlefield using robots made of molecules all working together as part of a molecular factory.
Robots Lighten the Load for Marines
The novelty of a robot joining warfighters on the battlefield has worn off, and the U.S. Marines are settling in to make their use of autonomous systems more effective.
Neurons Make the Robot, NRL Says
There's a large gap between robots’ locomotion and their ability to handle and move objects in their environment, and programs at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory are examining how to close this capability gap.