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Nature Based Robotics

Nature Based Robotics
Biologists and engineers at UC Berkeley are working together to design a broad range of new products, such as milli-robots modeled on the way cockroaches run and adhesives based on the amazing design of a geckos foot.


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Posted by nova on February 3, 2009
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