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  • January 30, 2018

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This Inchworm Robot Doesn't Need Electricity or Motors to Move

South Korean scientists have developed tiny robots that don't need an engine or battery to power their movements. But it's not perpetual motion. Instead, the robots run on environmental humidity, absorbing the moisture in their surroundings to be powered by water.

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