Artificial Muscle Is 200 Times Stronger Than the Real Thing

They’re small but mighty. The tiny artificial muscles created by an international team of researchers are 200 times stronger than human muscle fibers of comparable size.

In the future, improved versions of the muscles could go into the next generation of motors for robots arms, flaps on airplane wings, medical devices — any inanimate thing that moves.

See on www.livescience.com

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Posted in materials, nanotechnology

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