216 Complex manipulation with a simple robotic hand through contact breaking and caging.

215 Manipulation for self-Identification, and self-Identification for better manipulation.

214 Robotic hand augmentation drives changes in neural body representation.

213 Grasping with kirigami shells.

212 Creating artificial tactile feedback greatly improves the ability of a person with tetraplegia to manipulate objects with a robotic limb.

211 Cavatappi are lightweight, fluidic, muscle-like actuators made from drawing, twisting, and coiling inexpensive polymer tubes.

210 A skeletal muscle–based biobot with a self-stimulating serpentine spring skeleton demonstrates high-performance inertial swimming.

209 Soft robotic skins leverage the dynamic active fluttering in leaves for underwater maneuvering.

208 Electrically programmable adhesive hydrogels for climbing robots.

207 High–load capacity origami transformable wheel.

206 Self-powered locomotion of a hydrogel water strider.

205 Reinforcement learning with artificial microswimmers.

204 Neutrophil-based microrobots accomplish the mission of crossing the blood-brain barrier for targeted drug delivery.

203 Endoscopy-assisted magnetic navigation of biohybrid soft microrobots with rapid endoluminal delivery and imaging.

202 Micrometer-sized electrically programmable shape-memory actuators for low-power microrobotics.

201 Swarming behavior and in vivo monitoring of enzymatic nanomotors within the bladder.

200 Self-powered soft robot in the Mariana Trench.

199 Electro-pneumatic pumps for soft robotics.

198 Electronics-free pneumatic circuits for controlling soft-legged robots.

197 Collective dynamics in entangled worm and robot blobs.

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