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The world of soft robotics and wearables is experiencing a technological boom right now with new advancements being made in stretchable and flexible lithium-ion batteries (insert links), thin printable circuits, and even printable photovoltaics. Now a team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University has developed a new material that could revolutionize the way soft-robotics are thought about and developed.   This new material adapts its shape based on environmental conditions and elect ...
We have all see the videos of the intriguing yet somewhat frightening performance of Boston Dynamics’ humanoid “Atlas” robot running and jumping on top of boxes in dimly lit warehouses, but researchers at the University of Virginia School of Engineering in collaboration with researchers from Harvard University have developed the first robotic tuna fish that is more lifelike than anything before it. In a recently published, peer-reviewed, paper, the team which was led by Hilary ...

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