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This robot jumps by converting stored chemical energy to gas in a chemical reaction.

This robot jumps by converting stored chemical energy to gas in a chemical reaction.

 

There's a nice story about jumping robots being developed in Assistant Professor Sarah Bergbreiter (ME/ISR) on the IEEE Spectrum website. Included is a cool video of the robots jumping.

| Read the story at the IEEE Spectrum website |

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