Researchers develop carbon-yarn artificial muscles

11/20/2012 |

Researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas have developed artificial muscles that are made out of twisted carbon yarn and can pull more than 100,000 times their weight. Although they could not replace muscles in a human body, they could be used in robots, micromotors or microfluidic circuits, among other products.

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