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The robots used during the experiments. The shape of this particular swarm is a hand-made illustration of the technique. PHOTO: reprinted with permission from AAAS

Hundreds of tiny robots grow bio-inspired shapes

Scientists build self-organising features into robot swarms to study shape…

By Iris Kruijen

Science

EMBL scientists extend Turing’s theory to help understand how biological patterns are created. IMAGE - Xavier Diego, EMBL

New insights into Turing patterns

EMBL scientists extend Turing’s theory to help understand how biological patterns are…

By Berta Carreño

Science

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