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Popular Science wrote about our GoQBot this year
Plenty of people are designing robots inspired by nature’s designs, but most of them are rigid machines made of metal, plastic or polyester film. Fleet-footed robots or hoverbots are unable to bend and squish into tight spaces, but squirmy, agile ones like snakebots can’t move very fast.
Arts, sciences, and engineering
faculty members and graduate
students discuss ways to control
the movements of the soft-body
robot. (photo by Melody Ko)
An Interdisciplinary Incubator
By focusing on how animals move, a group of
Tufts researchers are changing how we think
about (and may one day build) robots.
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