Soft robotic grippers can now help researchers do their marine exploration without damaging fragile ocean-floor specimens. These robotic fingers are deemed a step ahead of rigid grippers that can destroy corals and other samples.
Animals January 21, 2016
Researchers are sighing a breath of relief after engineers created a new robot that is capable of operating under the Antarctic ice for several hours. This is something that was much-needed in the past.
Geek November 27, 2014
A survey conducted by an underwater robot called SeaBED revealed that the Antarctic sea ice is thicker than previously believed. The autonomous underwater vehicle used an upward-looking sonar to measure and map ice floes.
Animals November 25, 2014