These Hydrogel Robots Can Catch and Release Fish Without Harming Them
Engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed fast acting hydrogel robots. They work by injecting water through their hollow 3D printed structures. The robots are fast and strong enough to catch and release fish.
See the robots in action in this video.
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