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Origami mini-robot does gymnastics for a good cause

Spinning-enabled wireless amphibious origami millirobot with an inset of fingers holding the small device.

Despite its small size, this soft robot can manoeuvre on solid ground and through water (pictured). Credit: Ze, Q. et al. Nature Commun.

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Nature 606, 626 (2022)

doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-022-01649-4

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  1. Ze, Q. et al. Nature Commun. 13, 3118 (2022).

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