Congratulations to Chris Larsen and Guangyu Sun for being published in the Nucleic Acids Research journal. Their article “Influenza Research Database: An integrated bioinformatics resource for influenza virus research” can be found here. The article has great information about the work we are doing at the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)-sponsored Bioinformatics […]
Navigation systems have made robots awfully clever – and mobile. Mobility presents one major challenge to safety: operation in dynamic, unstructured environments where objects, people, and even physical infrastructure like walls move with different frequency in different ways.
Cambridge, MA – Vecna’s Bear robot was recently reviewed in a BBC article by Sharon Weinberger as part of a general review of military robots. The article explores the growth in robotic “autonomy” while surveying several robots already in use by the military that lack autonomous features. By and large, the robots reviewed share the common […]
BOSTON, MA – WGBH’s Innovation Hub brings together industry leaders to talk about the solutions they’re creating to address some of society’s toughest challenges. On September 27th, Chief Technology Officer, Daniel Theobald will serve as one of four select panelists for the presentation, entitled “The New Economy: How Automation Is Changing the Game.” Theobald will discuss […]
CAMBRIDGE, MA – On September 18, members of the robotics group from the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council converged upon Vecna’s Cambridge campus for a monthly cluster meeting. At this roundtable event, participants talked about state and federal funding opportunities, heard updates on the MassTLC Robotics Report, and viewed demonstrations of Vecna’s innovative solutions.