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Cornell researchers create the world’s smallest origami bird using nanotech

Researchers worldwide are currently working on creating very small nanosized robots with a host of capabilities embedded, including complex electronic circuits, sensors, antennas, and photovoltaics. One of the most complicated techniques that scientists have to perform with such small robots is designing them to move by bending. The Cornell team has been able to create…

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Cornell researchers create the world’s smallest origami bird using nanotech

Researchers worldwide are currently working on creating very small nanosized robots with a host of capabilities embedded, including complex electronic circuits, sensors, antennas, and photovoltaics. One of the most complicated techniques that scientists have to perform with such small robots is designing them to move by bending. The Cornell team has been able to create micron-sized shape memory actuators that … Continue reading
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