Magnetically controlled swarms of microscopic robots might one day help fight cancer inside the body, new research suggests.
Knitting and weaving artificial muscles could help create soft exoskeletons that people with disabilities could wear under their clothes to help them walk, according to new research.
An inexpensive, hand-powered centrifuge that's based on an ancient toy could help doctors working in developing countries.
A soft, caterpillar-like robot might one day climb trees to monitor the environment, a new study finds.
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