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Ruike Zhao, a postdoc in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, says kirigami-patterned adhesives may enable a whole swath of products, from everyday medical bandages to wearable and soft electronics. Image courtesy of researchers

Paper-folding art inspires better bandages

Adhesives like these bandages are very commonly used in our daily life, but when you try to attach them to places that encounter large,...
A Flexible Faster Swimming Manta-Ray Soft-Bodied Robot

A Flexible Faster Swimming Manta-Ray Soft-Bodied Robot

Due to stimuli-responsive materials, soft robots have decent qualities over conventional rigid robots. They have high adaptability for field exploration and seamless interaction with...
Self-Healing Polymer May Lead to Self-Healing Smartphones

Self-Healing Polymer May Lead to Self-Healing Smartphones

Researchers at American chemical society have recently developed a self-healing polymer material to aid electronics and soft robotics. This newly developed stretchable and transparent...
Researchers Control Soft Robots Using Magnetic Fields

Researchers Control Soft Robots Using Magnetic Fields

Conventional robotic grippers struggle to handle items that are delicate and of varying size, shape, and weight. So, scientists had built soft robotic grippers...

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