Insect limbs can move without muscles — What that might mean for robotics
from Science 2.0
Insect limbs can move without muscles — and a new study helps to explain how insects control their movements using a close interplay of neuronal control and "clever biomechanical tricks," which may provide engineers with new ways to improve the control of robotic and prosthetic limbs.
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