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Manufacturing Engineering: Meet Anna

Manufacturing Engineering: Meet Anna

Initially I was enrolled on the Product Design Engineering course, however during my gap year I decided that I didn’t really want to focus on design itself and more towards how products were produced, so I contacted Loughborough University and they were very helpful and switched me straight over to the Manufacturing Engineering course. When …

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Pharmaceutical tablet manufacturing process by wet granulation

Pharmaceutical tablet manufacturing process by wet granulation

Tablet manufacturing process can be divided into three categories API and excipients for intragranular use are subjected to sifting process Sifting is carried out through # 40 or # 60 or any other suitable size sieve can be utilized depending upon the characteristics of the API and excipients After sifting process, materials are subjected to …

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Mobile phone runs on urine power – Bristol Robotics Laboratory

Mobile phone runs on urine power – Bristol Robotics Laboratory

The project is all about generating electricity from waste material. In other words, turning waste into something really, really useful. And the microbial fuel cell technology is something that does exactly that. It takes the waste that we naturally produce and it converts it directly into electricity. At the moment, we are at the stage …

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New Bolton Center Pioneers Revolutionary Robotics-Controlled Equine Imaging System

New Bolton Center Pioneers Revolutionary Robotics-Controlled Equine Imaging System

(upbeat music) – We’re New Bolton Center, Penn Vet’s large animal hospital and we’re really excited to launch our Equimagine 4DDI CT imaging system to change the face of equine imaging. There’s a lot of aspects of equine biomechanics that we don’t understand. The limb in motion, there’s a lot of forces that occur and …

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Rise of the biohybrid robots

Rise of the biohybrid robots

I’m Shoji Takeuchi from The University of Tokyo working at the Institute for Industrial Science This is a very small robot of only a few centimeters The first motivation to make a biohybrid robot was from the scientific fictions This is the body of the skeleton for the biohybrid robot The joint rotates like a …

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Six-Legged Robots Faster Than Nature-Inspired Gait

Six-Legged Robots Faster Than Nature-Inspired Gait

for a long time roboticists have been inspired by nature in designing their robots for example when looking at how to construct six legged robots they’re inspired by insects. In insects if you look across many different species use the same locomotor strategy for moving fastest: they use the tripod gait. it’s a movement in …

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AgBot II: A New Generation Tool for Robotic Site-Specific Crop and Weed Management

AgBot II: A New Generation Tool for Robotic Site-Specific Crop and Weed Management

PROFESSOR TRISTAN PEREZ: The issue of weeds costs Australia about 1.5 billion dollars a year in terms of operations. And there is estimates of another 2.5 billion dollars a year in losses in agricultural production. Making these things even more complicated is that some of the weed species are developing resistance to herbicides. RAY RUSSELL: …

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The Ethical Robot

The Ethical Robot

it seems to me we have the opportunity for coming up with a new perspective and thinking about ethics with machine ethics because what we’re gonna think about is how we want machine robots for example to treat us. our research began trying to see whether ethics could be computed how do you even represent …

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Cassie – Next Generation Robot

Cassie – Next Generation Robot

We’ve been working for a lot of years on understanding walking and running. We started with ATRIAS. ATRIAS really showed the base features that we wanted to show about legged locomotion. So Cassie is the newest bipedal robot out of our lab. We added a few motors for degrees of freedom. So that enables us …

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