Berkeley Researchers Create Robo-Muscles 1,000 Times Stronger Than Ours

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The world may be oohing and awing over all the wonderful uses we’re finding for graphene, but there’s another super-material vying for the spotlight. Vanadium dioxide might eventually become a household name because in addition to revolutionizing electronics, researchers have now discovered it can be used as an artificial muscle 1, 000 times stronger than our own. Read more…        

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Berkeley Researchers Create Robo-Muscles 1,000 Times Stronger Than Ours

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