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A snakelike robotic arm may one day medically attend to soldiers as they are carried off the battlefield.
A swallowable robot can be stuck and unstuck to a spot on command.
A new kind of robot can cling to walls and relax its grip.
Scientists are developing a neural interface that can control the movement of individual fingers on a prosthetic hand.
An ultrasmall grabbing gadget might someday become a new tool in microsurgery.
The lab developed key technologies that have advanced personal robotics, but its funding wasn’t sustainable.