You know for sure that to describe the Cyberplasm is going to be a mouthful – it is called the synthetic-biology microscale biohybrid robot. Sounds out of this world for sure, but then again, sometimes science needs to make advances in a very different manner in order to break open the new frontier. Cyberplasm integration is achieved through a combination of nano/microscale fabrication as well as matching the synthetic biology with materials development. The latter will be an iterative process, where the Cyberplasm’s will obviously feature a bunch of functions. (more…) By Ubergizmo. Related articles: TJ* animatronic human head puppet, Robot servants to be a common sight in the future?,
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