Flexible conductive material has prosthetic potential

09/4/2013 | Physics Today online

Harvard University researchers have created a new gelatinous material consisting of a rubbery tape sandwiched between layers of salty gel, which expands and contracts when voltage is switched on and off. The material has potential applications for flexible prosthetic limbs or soft robotic devices.

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