Scientists design muscles for shape-shifting, cell-sized robots

The new muscle, or exoskeleton, derives its impressive shape-shifting, reactive mobility from a motor composed of graphene and glass. The motor is called a biomorph and it bends in reaction to heat, electricity or a chemical reaction. The biomorph bends because the two materials have different …

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