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Associate Professor S.K. Gupta (ME/ISR) is quoted in an article about the influence of biology on robotics.

"If you think about true biology, sensing and actuation are working at a really, really small scale," Gupta said. "Thirty years ago we weren't able to construct anything at the micro scale. I think recent advances that are taking place in the area of micro-fabrication will help us tremendously."

| Read the entire story at Access North Georgia |

June 6, 2006


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