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Graduate students Zachary Hammond (on left) and Nathan Usevitch pick up and move the isoperimetric robot, demonstrating that it is lightweight, resistant to damage and safe around humans. Credit: Farrin Abbott/Stanford University News

Advances in soft robotics could someday allow robots to work alongside humans, helping them lift heavy objects or carrying them out of danger. As a step toward that future, Stanford University researchers have developed a new kind of soft robot that, by borrowing features from traditional robotics, is safe while still retaining the ability to move and change shape.

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