Low-power microelectronics embedded in live jellyfish enhance propulsion

Nicole Xu discusses a biohybrid robot that uses onboard microelectronics to induce swimming in live jellyfish. Measurements demonstrate that propulsion can be substantially enhanced by driving body contractions at an optimal frequency range faster than natural behavior. Image courtesy of Jen Cardona/ Nicole Xu.

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