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If you think dead spider robots are straight out of a horror movie (or your worst nightmares), I’ve got news for you.

Rice University mechanical engineers have turned spider cadavers into what they call “necrobots,” which can function as mechanical grippers.

What is “necrobotics?”

Using animal features or components to create robotic systems is not a novelty in research.

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