[Video] This Robot Is Made of Meat

By Crowdability, on Friday, May 20, 2016

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[Video] This Robot Is Made of Meat

Researchers from MIT have designed an ingestible “origami robot” to patch internal wounds, deliver medicine, or remove accidentally swallowed objects. It’s made from dried pig intestine and a tiny magnet. Maybe they'll design a vegan version, too.


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