Our works spans human + materials interactions in medical devices and educational tools:
Application of functional biomaterials in biomedical devices
Biomimetic structures and control mechanisms
Development of accessible classroom tools for exploring STEM and robotics in K12 schools
Access to engineering majors
We are always interested in having undergrads join our team. Reach out to if you are interested.
To inform the design of implantable soft robotic devices, we develop biomaterials with properties capable of pneumatic actuation.
Robot Guided Instruction
We develop new methods of fabricating actuators using soluble inserts to increase durability for applications such as a glove to assist in learning a new craft.
Student submissions to the Soft Robotics Toolkit Design Competition:
View the students winning submission to the 2017 High School Division of the Soft Robotics Design Competition here.
View the students winning submission to the 2018 High School Division of the Soft Robotics Design Competition here.