Robotic systems inspired by elephant trunks, octopus arms and other structures found in nature could have a variety of space applications.
Researchers have figured out how to use artificial photonic materials to mimic the butterfly's attractive light show.
Shiny blue and green cells on the lips of the giant clam redirect photons from sunlight deep inside.
By using its head and tail as legs, this robot can stand up and walk around.
A soft and supple silicone web has nearly doubled the speed of the roboctopus.
Soft-bodied robots are able to squeeze into tight places while still maintaining their strength and gripping power.
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NASA is testing robots that will work together to find minerals, metals and more in space.
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