Revolutionary self-inductive electromechanics

Light-activated molecular machines make cells 'talk': Mechanical control of vital cellular processes could revolutionize drug design

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have made breakthrough advances in biology with the development of a new type of electrically variable stiffness artificial muscle. Published in Advanced Intelligent Systems, this cutting-edge technology possesses self-sense and has the potential to revolutionize medical applications and soft robotics. The artificial muscle seamlessly transitions between soft and … Leer más