TED Fellow Robert Katzschmann is a soft-bodied roboticist.

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Robert Katzschmann develops robots powered by muscles that explore the oceans and track the undersea impacts of climate change. His robots are designed to closely imitate nature and can smoothly integrate with natural life to provide safer interactions -- capabilities previously unreachable with traditional, hard-bodied robotic systems.

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