Progress to human cell sized transforming robots made from atomically thin paper

Above – Graphene-glass bimorphs can be used to fabricate numerous micron-scale 3-D structures, including (top to bottom) tetrahedron, helices of controllable pitch, high-angle folds and clasps, basic origami motifs with bidirectional folding, and boxes. Credit: Marc Miskin, Cornell University.

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