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Recently, Chinese researchers have been working on a robotic finger that is encased in living flesh, which they claim takes us closer to genuinely humanoid robots. The researchers state that the finger is capable of repairing itself, which has been seen as a breakthrough that blurs the boundaries between live flesh and machinery. Previously, scientists developed skin grafts, which were sheets of skin that could be sewn together for use in reconstructive surgery. Initially, the scientist submerged the robotic finger in a cylinder filled with collagen and skin human fibroblast solution.

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