Science Tech  /  Published 21.02.21

Robot: growing up with humans

2020: Mitra At the Yatharth Super Speciality Hospital in Noida Extension, the customer-service robot Mitra helped connect coronavirus patients to friends and relatives. According to Reuters, Mitra is...
By Mathures Paul in

Calcutta  /  Published 11.02.21

Robot help in cancer surgeries

A robot controlled by a surgeon has done four cancer surgeries at a hospital near the city over the past week. The use of the “fourth-generation” robot is among the latest advancements in...
By Debraj Mitra in Calcutta

Science Tech  /  Published 10.02.21

Meet the ‘Terminator’ of dust

• If there are many thick carpets around the house, a canister vacuum cleaner will do a better job • Ensure there is no pet poop anywhere before cleaning begins. There is a chance that poop...
By Mathures Paul in

Science Tech  /  Published 12.01.21

Robots are coming to help us

Samsung Health Smart Trainer on the company’s 2021 TVs: Samsung Health seamlessly transforms the home into a personal gym, and the new Smart Trainer feature tracks and analyses posture in real t...
By Mathures Paul in

Science Tech  /  Published 30.11.20

Bots in our Blood

After his presentation at the conference, when asked  whether there is any danger of losing the robots inside the body, Sitti tells The Telegraph, “We equip the soft robots with tiny magnet...
By Prasun Chaudhuri in


Opinion  /  Published 10.10.20

Magical skill: Goodbye Eddie Van Halen

Sir — It was deeply saddening to read that Eddie Van Halen, the renowned lead guitarist of the iconic rock band, Van Halen, passed away a few days ago after battling throat cancer for years. He ...
By The Telegraph in

Technology  /  Published 19.04.19

Say ‘Hello Miko’ to the robot that aims to keep children occupied

Only 18cm high and weighing 900g, a robot called Miko is finding space in households to keep children company. Though the “personal robot” made its debut in 2016, the upgraded version — Miko 2 ...
By Mathures Paul in

Opinion  /  Published 26.08.18

Can robots replace human caregivers?

By The Editorial Board in

North East  /  Published 19.05.20

Robot to curb contamination

An assistant professor of Tripura University has made a low-cost robot from scrap materials which he named “Covid-19 WARBOT” to reduce possibilities of contamination of frontline workers in hospit...
By Tanmoy Chakraborty in Agartala

India  /  Published 12.04.20

Drones, robots and other innovations

From low cost portable ventilators to drones for sanitising, robots for delivery of food and medicines to special stethoscope for examining patients from a distance and a UV technology fitted trunk fo...
By PTI in New Delhi


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