By exploiting the capabilities of 3D printing, high performance composite magnets can be precisely patterned into complex shapes and architectures.
Prof. Jungchul Lee reports a four degrees-of-freedom direct writing technique for liquid metal patterns.
The future of collaborative intelligence: a biomimetic lens that can zoom in and out at the blink of an eye.
Fabricating a 3D-printed architectured robotic body with deformable lightweight cellular structures.
Integration of a magnetic elastomer with data-driven analysis leads to a continuous interaction surface that can estimate location and depth of indentation.
A generalized methodology has been established to guide the design of future soft robotics using intelligent liquids.
Large-scale re-forestation can be a very effective means to decarbonize the future.
The ability to collocate multiple functionalities will create new opportunities for the fabrication of “smart” soft robotic systems.
A new physical approach to the design of intelligent memory, logic, and cognitive devices for brain-like computation.
Neuromorphic devices have great potential in the development of multifunctional intelligent artificial perception learning systems.