Their findings have been published in the published in the January 2024 issue of Advanced Materials.
Abstract Inspired by the adaptive features exhibited by biological organisms like the octopus, soft machines that can tune their shape and mechanical properties have shown great potential in applications involving unstructured and continuou... Read More
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