New Robot: Squid Or Starfish? - Science 2.0

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    5 Starfish-inspired 'soft' robot squeezes under obstacles
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    7 [SIZE=-1]A "soft" robot inspired by squid and starfish can crawl, undulate, and squeeze under obstacles. Built by a team at Harvard University, this robot has several advantages over those with treads, ...[/SIZE]
    8 [SIZE=-1]Soft robots inspired by nature could become our flexible friends[SIZE=-1]The Guardian[/SIZE][/SIZE]
    9 [SIZE=-1]Squidbots could limbo into dangerous places[SIZE=-1]New Scientist (blog)[/SIZE][/SIZE]
    10 [SIZE=-1]Rise of the (soft) robots[SIZE=-1]Nature.com (blog)[/SIZE][/SIZE]
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    6 [SIZE=-1]A soft robot, composed exclusively of soft materials (elastomeric polymers), which is inspired by animals (eg, squid, starfish, worms) that do not have hard internal skeletons. is technically not quite true. Worms at least don't have hard internal ...[/SIZE]
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