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Self-Healing Robot Muscles Are Stronger, Faster and More Flexible Than People—and They Only Cost 10 Cents to Make
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Scientists have created nimble robotic muscles as strong as an elephant and as bendy as an octopus. These soft but powerful new artificial muscles can sense their own movements and self-heal from electrical damage. What’s more, they only cost 10 cents
New robot ‘muscles’ are strong enough to lift a baseball—and nimble enough to pluck a raspberryScience Magazine
Soft, self-healing robots mimicking human muscles coming soonBGR India
The next generation of strong, self-healing robots are being created in a basement at CU BoulderBoulder Daily Camera
The TeCake -The Asian Age -WIRED
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Published On: Fri, Jan 5th, 2018

Self-Healing Robot Muscles Are Stronger, Faster and More Flexible Than People—and They Only Cost 10 Cents to Make – Newsweek


Newsweek

Self-Healing Robot Muscles Are Stronger, Faster and More Flexible Than People—and They Only Cost 10 Cents to Make
Newsweek
Scientists have created nimble robotic muscles as strong as an elephant and as bendy as an octopus. These soft but powerful new artificial muscles can sense their own movements and self-heal from electrical damage. What's more, they only cost 10 cents ...
New robot 'muscles' are strong enough to lift a baseball—and nimble enough to pluck a raspberryScience Magazine
Soft, self-healing robots mimicking human muscles coming soonBGR India
The next generation of strong, self-healing robots are being created in a basement at CU BoulderBoulder Daily Camera
The TeCake -The Asian Age -WIRED
all 11 news articles »

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