This robotics startup from the Whitesides Lab has a soft spot for fruit.
New fund, targeting technologies in engineering and the physical sciences, helps launch companies in robotics, 3D printing, and materials discovery
Harvard has been making a real push on technology licensing and startup creation in areas like computer science, artificial intelligence, and robotics, reports Xconomy.
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Learn more about technology commercialization and enjoy pizza while networking with other Harvard innovators. As part of our multi-part speaker series, co-founders Yaro Tenzer, PhD, and Leif Jentoft, PhD, will share the story of how they translated their Harvard research into the startup, RightHand Robotics, applying robotic grasping technology to improve material handling.
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Popular Mechanics: Computer scientist Michael Rubenstein at Harvard University and his colleagues have shown they can program 1,024 tiny robots known as Kilobots, each a little more than three centimeters wide, to assemble themselves into various 2-D shapes.
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