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Large patches of an extremely strong new adhesive, inspired by geckos, can be used over and over again.
Special tips on gecko hairs can grip and release.
Carbon-nanotube adhesive outperforms gecko feet and could aid climbing robots.
A new kind of robot can cling to walls and relax its grip.
Better batteries and super-sticky glues are becoming possible because of nanomaterials.
Researchers can make an adhesive either stick or come undone by changing its acidity.
Geckos and mussels inspire a better glue.
A new kind of tape mimics the qualities of gecko feet.
Researchers have found organic molecules that can act as an effective and cheap glue to stick together tiny electronic components.
A newly created robot improves upon a gecko’s sticking power.