INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION: SANT’ANNA SCHOOL DIRECTOR OF BIOROBOTICS INSTITUTE RECEIVED THE IEEE RAS PIONEER AWARD FOR PIONEERING BIOROBOTICS AND INTEGRATING ROBOTICS WITH BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE

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The most recent success in the emerging area of Biorobotics came for professor Paolo Dario, director of Sant’Anna School Biorobotics Institute,...

SERVICE ROBOTS COMPETITION: JanuARY 30 – FEBRUARY 3 THE EUROPEAN ROBOTIC LEAGUE (ERL) COMPETITION WILL BE HELD IN SANT’ANNA SCHOOL BIOROBOTICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE

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The January 30- February 3 European Robotic League (ERL) competition will be held in BioRobotics Institute, Sant’Anna School, Peccioli facility....

Bioengineering, neuro-robotic hand exoskeleton restores grasp function to quadriplegics using a non-invasive brain-neural interface system

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A pioneering brain-neural system has restored the ability to eat and drink independently to quadriplegic patients immobilized by spinal cord...

Soft Robotics: softer and smarter components. Bioinspired, growing and evolving soft robots can provide assistance with daily living activities

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Italian scientists are at the forefront of “soft robotics” research. Soft robotics technologies are becoming a major focus of robotics and...

"EDUCATIONAL ROBOTICS” COURSE IN TUSCANY – SECOND EDITION, TEACHER TRAINING FOR EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION OF INNOVATORS

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“Educational Robotics” 2nd edition, funded by the Tuscany Region authority, is aimed at teachers who will engage the Tuscany’s schools in...

THINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE OF ROBOTICS: EU FUNDED ROBOCOM++ PROJECT WILL BE COORDINATED BY RESEARCHERS OF SANT'ANNA SCHOOL BIOROBOTICS INSTITUTE

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The Biorobotics Institute of Sant’Anna School took another step towards a future personal robotics. The RoboCom++ ("Rethinking Robotics for...

Nanotechnology applications in Space: preventing muscle deterioration in orbit could tackle muscle wasting diseases on Earth - the “Nanoros” project presentation in the presence of astronaut Paolo Nespoli

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Preventing muscle degeneration to which astronauts are being subjected means identifying targets and developing strategies to tackle...

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION: COOPERATION AGREEMENT SIGNED IN TOKIO BETWEEN SANT’ANNA SCHOOL BIOROBOTICS INSTITUTE AND WASEDA UNIVERSITY

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In recent years, the Waseda University and Sant’Anna School synergy initiatives have been progressing and have created new opportunities in...

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING ENHANCING QUALITY OF HEALTHCARE: MARIA CHIARA CARROZZA APPOINTED AS PRESIDENT OF ITALIAN NATIONAL BIOENGINEERING GROUP

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Maria Chiara Carrozza, professor of Biomedical Engineering at Biorobotics Institute, former rector of Sant’Anna School and current member of...

RE-ESTABLISHING MOTOR FUNCTIONS IN PRIMATES WITH A wireless BRAIN – spinE INTERFACE: NEXT STEP MIGHT BE TO TEST THE SYSTEM IN HUMANS - PAPER BY NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCHERS OF SANT’ANNA BIOROBOTICS INSTITUTE AND LAUSANNE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PUBLISHED IN J

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Restoring movement after paralysis thanks to a wireless brain-spine interface developed in Lausanne Institute of Technology and Sant’Anna School...

BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AND INNOVATION: THE “FONDAZIONE VOLTERRA RICERCHE ONLUS” INTRODUCES ITSELF ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18th. SANT’ANNA SCHOOL BIOROBOTICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE PLAYS A KEY ROLE IN NEUROLOGICAL AND CARDIAC PULMONARY REHABILITATION

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Biomedical research and innovation in Tuscany: on Friday, 18 November 2016, 9.30 a.m., at Centro studi Santa Maria Maddalena - Volterra (Pisa),...

BIOROBOTICS EXHIBITION - “NEXUS” AT MIL SESTO SAN GIOVANNI ON NOVEMBER 8, 2016: CONTEMPORARY BIOROBOTICS RESEARCH AND HUMAN-ROBOT RELATIONSHIPS

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Launched in Spring 2016, and after a successful start in Florence, the “NEXUS exhibition. Human-robot interactions: exploring issues of future...

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