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Deep Water Robotics

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A silicone robot has survived a journey to 10,900 metres below the ocean’s surface in the Mariana trench, where the crushing pressure can implode all but the strongest enclosures. This device could lead to lighter and more nimble submersible designs.

Read more: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2269914-a-submersible-soft-robot-survived-the-pressure-in-the-mariana-trench/#ixzz6oeGck3fs

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2269914-a-submersible-soft-robot-survived-the-pressure-in-the-mariana-trench/

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By Michael Sharpe

6 March 2021

 
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