25 Female Scientists in Robotics: a researcher of Sant’Anna School is included in the RoboHub annual list celebrating examples of women in science

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Maria Chiara Carrozza has been just named one of the Top 25 Women in Robotics list by Robohub, a non-profit online communication platform that...

Science Journal publishes Advancements in Soft Robotics – a researcher of the Biorobotics Institute at Sant’Anna School summarizes current trends and research challenges

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Cecilia Laschi, a researcher world-renowned for her work in soft robotics at Sant’Anna School, summarizes the results and the latest advances in...

A GRADUATE FROM SANT’ANNA SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY OF PISA HAS BECOME THE FIRST PERSON IN ITALY TO RECEIVE A MASTER’S DEGREE IN BIONICS ENGINEERING

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Born in Barletta in 1993, Francesco Lanotte received his master’s degree in Bionics Engineering at University of Pisa School of Engineering -...

Researchers of Sant’Anna School Biorobotics Institute publish a new study in the journal Neurology on the work of Italian physician who invented the practice to connect the prosthesis control to muscles as “a force of movement”

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In 1896, Giuliano Vanghetti conceived the idea of connecting the control mechanism of prosthesis directly to a muscle. A new study by the...

LATEST ADVANCES IN MEDICINE AND TECHNOLOGIES AT SMIT 2017 CONGRESS IN TURIN WITH SUPPORT OF SANT’ANNA BIOROBOTICS INSTITUTE

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The 29th Congress of International Society for Medical Innovation and Technology (iSMIT 2017) will be held on 9-10 November at the Dental School...

A CASE OF SUCCESSFUL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER: IUVO, A SPIN OFF BY SANT’ANNA SCHOOL DEVELOPS ROBOTIC EXOSKELETONS IN COOPERATION WITH COMAU AND ÖSSUR

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Comau, as part of the FCA group, is committed to delivering advanced industrial automation solutions and Össur, as a global leader in...

Educational Robotics for kids: “e-Rob” project designed by Sant’Anna BioRobotics Institute, Fondazione Stella Maris, Fondazione Tim and Comune di Pisa to be presented in Florence at Didacta Italia Expo

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The project “e-Rob” developed by the Institute of Biorobotics at Sant’Anna School in partnership with Fondazione TIM, IRCCS Fondazione...

Pisa Robotics week will take place September 7 -13, 2017. The first edition of Pisa Robotics International Festival will show how robots can improve our health, quality of life and workplace

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Service robotics will assist humans: robots will rescue man from manual labor, work effectively in hospital operating theatres, improve health and...

ROBOTICS PROSTHESES: SANT'ANNA BIOROBOTICS INSTITUTE WON ICORR 2017 AWARD FOR A STUDY ON COSMETIC FINGER PROSTHESIS BASED ON DESC MODEL

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ICORR 2017 (IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, held in London, July 17-20 ) has awarded one of the prizes to Diego Barone,...

Two PhD Scholarships to pursue research on “Microrobotic system inspired by marine organisms” and “Benthic soft robots inspired by marine organisms” are co-funded by Sant’Anna School BioRobotics Institute and Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn

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The two scholarships co-funded by Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn – Naples and the Biorobotics Institute of Sant’Anna School – Pisa, will be...

ACADEMICS OF SANT’ANNA SCHOOL BIOROBOTICS AND DIRPOLIS INSTITUTES PARTICIPATE IN A SEMINAR ON “THE ETHICAL CHALLENGES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE” TO TAKE PLACE IN ROME ON JULY 6. CLOSING REMARKS BY MINISTER OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY AND RESEARCH

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Academics of Sant’Anna Biorobotics and Dirpolis Institutes, representatives of Catholic society, diplomats and scientists will participate in...

MARINE AND SOFT ROBOTICS: INAUGURATION OF NEW CENTRE IN LIVORNO FOR MARINE ROBOTICS TO EXPAND EXPLORATION IN COASTAL AND UNDERWATEWR ENVIRONMENTS

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On 9 June 2017 a new Sant’Anna School Centre for Research and Innovation on Marine Robotics was officially opened in Livorno - Scoglio della...

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