Scientists have figured out how to make robots flexible like us: give them muscles.
The robot muscles are called HASEL actuators. They're strong enough to lift a gallon jug of water, and gentle enough to pick up a tiny berry without crushing it.
Scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder's Kiplinger Research Group are hoping these artificial muscles will help create flexible but strong robots.
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