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Nearly invisible gel-like robots move fast enough to catch fish underwater

MIT scientists have developed mostly transparent soft robots that are made of 90 percent water.  The robots are so fast that they can catch and release fish underwater.  This development marks a step forward in the attempt to use such robots in the manipulation of tissues or organs in medical procedures. Read more…More about Real Time Video, Innovation, Tech, Hydrogel, and Medicine

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Nearly invisible gel-like robots move fast enough to catch fish underwater

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