Researchers built a lightweight breakdancing hydrogel robot

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The robot can move at a typical human walking speed through the use of magnetic fields. He can pick up things and hold them in place by folding his arms inward. He can roll to move these objects and even breakdance to get rid of more sticky objects.

Researchers to suggest that future versions might work at a microscopic level. They say the robot could prove useful in a number of situations, such as removing unwanted particles in certain environments. It could also be designed to use “mechanical movements and locomotion to precisely deliver biotherapies or cells to specific tissues”.

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