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Biomimetic Robotics at Georgia Tech

Posted 17 May 2006 at 16:59 UTC by steve Share This

Robots.net readers Marc and marev sent links to the latest Georgia Tech press release on their biomimetic robotics research. The news release highlights projects that were presented at the recent International Symposium for Biologically-inspired Design and Engineering. One group of researchers is trying to study and duplicate the sensor technology of tiny worms. Another group is working on robotic prosthesis control technology that emulates the human nervous system. Another group is trying to develop a robot that duplicates the balance and movements of cats. Yet another group is studying the design of cichlid fish jaws to find out how to make tiny structures that can withstand high forces.

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