Thousands of students at George Mason University can order food from on-demand robots on wheels. The school has received a fleet of 25 delivery robots from Starship Technologies that can haul up to 20 pounds and make deliveries in 15 minutes or less, the company says.

Robomart has created an autonomous vehicle filled with fresh groceries that can be ordered using an app.

Combining real-life anchors with vivid, digital simulations, the Weather Channel's mixed-immersive-reality clips have been pitched as an educational tool that brings extreme weather events to life. The latest previews an ice storm that is expected to strike the East Coast this weekend.

They go by the name “Marty.”

At the Masonic Cancer Clinic at the University of Minnesota, doctors have begun pairing a sensor with a common chemotherapy drug. The sensor transmits data from inside patients' bodies to doctors.

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Tech’s loudest critics argue that the gears of government are turning too slowly. But that’s actually another reason why calls to simply throw out measured approaches to regulating competition are dangerous, despite their populist appeal.

A new generation of shareable electric scooters from a company called Ojo Electric will debut in Austin next month. Referred to as a “light electric vehicle,” the scooters can travel 50 miles on a single charge and have a top speed of 20 mph.

Among the most highly anticipated examples of an air taxi is the Bell Nexus, an “urban air mobility vehicle” that debuted at this year’s CES technology show in Las Vegas.

At the 2019 CES, Hyundai introduced a concept vehicle that traverses the world by walking instead of driving. The company envisions the vehicle being used in disaster zones, where conventional cars are often rendered useless.

The BreadBot is an autonomous artisanal breadmaking machine that mixes, kneads, bakes and cools bread without human assistance. The robot breadmaker — which can produce 235 loaves a day — is on display at this year’s CES in Las Vegas.

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