Profile: Suzanne Jacobs

Teaching Assistant at MIT

Teaching Assistant at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Research Assistant and Writer at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business.
Research Assistant for the University of Michigan Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Space Sciences. Reporter at The Michigan Daily.

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Robots: Blurring the Line Between Machine & Nature

Our robots are going soft. Or at least they will be if Barry Trimmer has anything to say about it. Trimmer is the editor-in-chief of a new scientific journal called Soft Robotics. The journal, also known as SoRo, will chronicle the rise of squishy robots designed to mimic living things. In an editorial introducing the new publication, Trimmer, director of the Neuromechanics and Biomimetic Devices Lab at Tufts University, explained why scientists should look to nature for engineering tips.

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