Robotics

This section of the Jackson Journal is about everything related to the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots.

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Why Drones Might Be Replacing Delivery Jobs

I'm sure you've heard of this already, but have you ever wondered why companies would start using drones? The answer is simple, and it's because of efficiency. As you already know, most delivery services...

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Cassie The Bipedal Bot

Cassie is a bipedal ostrich-like robot from Agility Robotics, a branch of Oregon State University. Instead of moving around on four legs or four wheels, Cassie walks on two legs, much like its namesake,...

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What Are Nanobots?

What Are Nanobots?

Nanobots are tiny robots that can help fight off infections and other diseases. They are about 1-10 micrometers long. To see how small that is, a sheet of paper is 100 micrometers long. The smallest nanobots...

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Meet the Kuratas

By: An Nguyen
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to pilot a giant robot
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Person holding a very small toy car

A New World for Kids to be Creative

Little Inventors is a project where kids can bring their ideas to life with art and engineering. If these kids keep up their curiosity and creativity, they could definitely make the world a better place with their helpful and inspiring ideas and inventions.
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Is Skynet Possible?

Is Skynet Possible?

Terminator's Skynet once seemed impossible, but could it actually happen?
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Charging By Air

By: Connor Mulherin, Reporter

Did you ever think it was possible to charge phones through the air? We can now charge our phones without cables or wireless charging stands. However, Xiaomi has created a device that will send a signal...

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Tuzla (BiH) - Countryside - Minefield by Alessandro Boselli is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

How Do Mines Work?

By: Brian Mazariegos , Reporter

The way mines work is to hurt or destroy something or someone, there are two kinds of mines there are anti-personnel mines and anti-tank or anti-vehicle mines. Mines or mostly used on the defend army or...

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Robotic Venus Flytrap

Researchers turned a living Venus Flytrap plant into a cyborg robotic arm capable of grabbing objects.
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Aliens Power Loader, From Movie To Real Life

Starting in January of 2019 The Hacksmith and his team (from the youtube channel Hacksmith Industries) started development on a real-life Power Loader that would function as it did in the Aliens movie.
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Perseverance rover landing on mars.

Perseverance Rover Lands on Mars

On February 18, 2021, the perseverance rover landed on Mars. It has already taken over 7000 photos.
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Photo Source:  Graphic created by Ryan Wells

Perseverance Landing

The first color pictures of the surface of mars are here!
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