Researchers build a crawling robot from sea slug parts and a 3-D printed body
SWARMS COULD ONE DAY SEARCH THE DEPTHS OF FRESH AND SALTWATER
News Release: July 18, 2016
“We’re building a living machine—a biohybrid robot that’s not completely organic—yet,” said Victoria Webster, a PhD student who is leading the research. Webster will discuss mining the sea slug for materials and constructing the hybrid, which is a little under 2 inches long, at the Living Machines conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, this week.