This biohybrid robot uses sea slug muscles to scoot around



July 22, 2016

To power a swarm of tiny robots, scientists are turning to the humble sea slug. A team of researchers at Case Western Reserve University has developed a small sea-turtle-inspired robot that moves a 3D-printed shell with contractions using muscles from the mouth of a California sea slug.


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