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Stanford researchers have developed sensors to give robotic hands a sense of touch. The sensor shown in this photo is sensitive enough to allow the finger to hold a blueberry without crushing it. In the future all the fingers and the palm would have similar electronic sensors that mimic the biological sensors in our skin. Photo courtesy of Bao Lab.

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