Washington: An international team of researchers has created tiny artificial muscles that are 200 times stronger than human muscle fibers of comparable size.In the future, improved versions of the muscles could go into the next generation of movers and doers, Discovery News reported.The moving parts in robots, airplanes and other mechanical things are generally powered by motors.Researchers around the world have been trying to create artificial muscles that work more the way natural muscles do, to allow for more- delicate movements than mechanisms can achieve.Ray Baughman, a nanotechnology researcher at the University of Texas at Dallas, led the team that made the new muscle, which he sometimes calls a yarn because of the way it’s woven.The muscles would work well in small medical devices, he said.
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