Robotic arm taste tests its own bathwater for dangerous chemicals

“By combining our work in flexible electronics and robotic skin with synthetic biology, we are closer to future breakthroughs like soft biohybrid robots that can adapt their abilities to sense, feel and move in response to changes in their environmental conditions,” says Carmel Majidi, a co-author of the study and associate professor of mechanical engineering at CMU.

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