[USA] A new device has been deployed in Lake Erie to detect toxins that could threaten city water supplies. Continue reading Robotic underwater lab helps track Lake Erie water toxins
[China] Jiao Niandong works with creatures visible only through a microscope. His building blocks at Shenyang’s Institute of Continue reading Algae microrobots could aid the effort to control tumour cells
[Singapore] If you chance upon an empty canoe moving by itself off Seletar Island, do not be alarmed. Continue reading Robot kayak joins fight against algae
[Global] An underwater robot has captured a rare glimpse beneath the Antarctic sea ice, revealing a colourful world filled with Continue reading Pink algae, spidery starfish: Robot gives rare glimpse under Antarctic sea ice
[USA] From drones to robots, water-quality research is rapidly going more high tech. Continue reading Robots, other high-tech devices dive in to water, algae research
[UK] Experts from the UK have developed a scavenger robot with a “mouth” and a “stomach” that can “eat” and eventually digest Continue reading This algae-eting robot could solve water contamination
[Singapore] Floating on the surface of Pandan Reservoir in Singapore’s south west are what researchers hope will be the future of cheap, real-time water quality testing.
Developed by a team at the National Continue reading Robot swans bring new advanced technology to water testing
The stingray glides gently through the water, propelled by flexible wings. But much as it looks like the real thing, this prototype is actually a $1,000 robot developed to collect data on the surroundings, including water temperature, salinity and dissolved Continue reading Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology Develops Deep-sea Robots to Monitor Water Quality
In Norse mythology, Odin was the Allfather, progenitor of all the gods, possessed of the wisdom of the ages.
The Odin that skimmed the surface of Simon Lake on Tuesday seemed a humble craft to bear such a name,… Continue reading Sudbury robot takes on algae problem