As the Japanese population ages, caregiving is going to the robots.
University lab is using biomimetics and 3-D printing to design the next generation of armor systems.
Such a robot could be used to scope out areas otherwise inaccessible to humans.
The robot can explore marine environments, moving easily through dense patches of seagrass.
Seventy-two artificial leaves work as micro-turbines to generate 3.1 kWh.
It was made using 3-D printing techniques and comes complete with an advanced Intel chip, sensors and LED lights.
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