Robots Become Go-Bots

May 2005
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;5/6/2005, Vol. 74 Issue 25, p3
Introduces invented robots that can walk in a humanlike way. Features; Potential use of the robots in the future; Benefits of the discovery to scientists.


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