A new layer-by-layer fabrication process allows researchers to create new and improved soft robot actuators with variable degrees of stiffness.
Bursting dynamics that mimic the functions of the human brain pave the way for more efficient AI systems.
Researchers develop microrobots that can sense their external environments and adapt their motion, similar to living organisms.
A new and simple working principle for liquid manipulation and a complete exploration of the opportunities of a multipurpose platform guided by physical intelligence.
A new soft microrobot harnesses electromagnetic and thermal energy at the nanoscale to self-assemble from colloidal nanomachines.
A new bottom-up network built from randomly distributed nanowires can learn, compute, and adapt like a human brain.
Scientists at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology make artificial eye far better than anything current.
Millimeter-scale robots were shown to mimic the movement and behavior of living insects for advanced materials science, biological, and biomedical applications.
From cracking eggs to plating the finished dish, a team of engineers have trained a robot to prepare omelettes that actually taste good.
An automatic design approach with a new 3D-printing method is established to fabricate soft composites that can change to predetermined shapes and generate controllable robotic motions under a magnetic field.