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a study from researchers at the University of Pennsylvania engineers next generation scavenger technology possessing the capability to enable robots to 'eat' metal for energy. The team states their 'Metal-Air Scavenger' (MAS) works like a battery, providing power by repeatedly breaking and forming a series of chemical bonds in metal and air, however, it also works as a harvester gathering energy from its environment.

Nextgen robots can ‘eat’ metal for energy.

Robots are predicted to streamline a multitude of industrial processes, including those involved in the manufacture and design of therapeutic devices and drugs. However, this next generation of robots will … Continue Reading Nextgen robots can ‘eat’ metal for energy.

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