SINC – A material inspired by a sea worm changes according to the environment

Article by Ana Hernando for SINC, the Spanish Agency for Scientific news, about the research on a material inspired by the jaw of Virens Nereis, a sand worm, and its application in soft robotics

Por |2021-04-27T21:33:22+00:00abril 18th, 2017|In the media|

Daily Mail – The gelatinous jaw of a sea worm inspires radical shape changing robots

The Nereis virens worm's jaw has a texture similar to gelatin - but if its environment changes, it can become hard. It has distinctive traits including a long body, many parapopdia (fleshy protrusions along the body) and blue head with two large pincer teeth.

Por |2021-04-27T21:13:45+00:00abril 18th, 2017|In the media|

MIT News – Worm-inspired material strengthens, changes shape in response to its environment

Article at MIT News, about the research on a material inspired by the jaw of Virens Nereis, a sand worm, and its application in soft robotics

Por |2021-04-27T21:33:56+00:00abril 15th, 2017|In the media|
Ir a Arriba