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Bots That Mimic Bugs: Part 2.1

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Published on Dec 8, 2010

In the second of this three-part lecture series, graduate student Rebecca Kramer talks about "squishy" robots that can change their shape - including a "worm" robot that can get hit with a hammer and survive, a robotic origami sheet that can automatically fold up into different shapes, and more.

This lecture was just one of an entire series of free public science lectures sponsored and organized by Science in the News, a student group at the Harvard Medical School. You can check out their website here: https://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/.

Note that each of the three lectures has been broken up into two parts since they were over YouTube's 15-minute time limit. Check out all of the lectures on MicroroboticsLab's channel.

The Harvard Microrobotics Lab is part of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS, seas.harvard.edu) at Harvard University, and a core member of the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering (wyss.harvard.edu).

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