Artificial lionfish powered by ‘robotic blood’
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Artificial lionfish powered by ‘robotic blood’

A robotic fish fitted with a hydraulic circulatory system which also carries energy has been developed by Cornell University.

Without a recharging source, batteries would quickly discharge, but this system allows the robot to be powered for about 40 hours.

BBC Click finds out more.

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  • 11 Jul 2019
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