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posted in August 2012

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Want to Track Sharks? There's an App for That
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8/28/2012  40 comments
A surfboard-like robot floating in the Pacific off San Francisco is following great white sharks and transmitting information about them back to shore.
Robot Provides Virtual Medical Care
News 
8/17/2012  13 comments
iRobot and InTouch Health have joined forces to create a state-of-the-art device called RP-VITA, which is making it easier for doctors to visit hospitalized patients' bedsides even if they can't get there in person.
NASA Helps Professionals Keep Their Cool
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8/16/2012  29 comments
A new line of business dress shirts called Apollo uses a combination of textiles -- including a material designed for NASA spacesuits -- to keep people cool even when it's hot outside.
Ingestible Sensor Serves as Prescription Drug Monitor
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8/14/2012  29 comments
The FDA has approved an ingestible sensor that can be integrated into tablets to track when people take their medicine.
Video: Humanoid Robot Used to Treat Autism
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8/13/2012  18 comments
Zeno will help children with autism develop more appropriate emotional responses to everyday social interactions.
Robot Will Harvest Your Crops
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8/10/2012  13 comments
A multinational engineering project aims to create an intelligent robotics platform that can identify and harvest specific types of crops to help foster sustainable agriculture.


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