Scientists created the world’s first living robots, and now they can reproduce

In 2020 a team of scientists first unveiled the ‘xenobots’ after experiments showed they could move, cooperate and self-heal. The creatures are formed from the stem cells of the African clawed frog (xenopus laevis), which is why they are referred to as xenobots. Now the researchers who created the world’s first living robots say the new life forms have the ability to reproduce.

 


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