Tuning the movement of a self-propelled robot to the physics of living matter

Robots are becoming an increasingly important part of our lives, performing jobs that are too dangerous for humans. This can often involve navigating complex environments, something rigid-bodied autonomous robots find difficult. Such robots faced similar challenges when miniaturized and used to model physics of living matter.

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