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    Row-Bot, energetically autonomous artificial water boatman, Bristol robotics laboratory, Bristol, United Kingdom

    Bristol robotics laboratory

    "Row-Bot: An Energetically Autonomous Artificial Water Boatman"

    by Hemma Philamore (Univeristy of Bristol), Jonathan Rossiter, (University of Bristol), Ioannis Andrea Ieropoulos (University of the West of England), Andrew John Stinchcombe (Bristol Robotics Laboratory)

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    Article "Robot With Tummy Full of Microbes Can Swim in Dirty Water Forever"

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    October 22, 2015

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    Article "A robot that needs FOOD to survive – boffins develop droid which can eat, digest and DIE"
    A ROBOT which can eat and digest food for energy has been developed by British scientists.

    by Sean Martin
    November 8, 2016

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    A robot that eats pollution | Jonathan Rossiter

    Published on Mar 15, 2017

    Meet the "Row-bot," a robot that cleans up pollution and generates the electricity needed to power itself by swallowing dirty water. Roboticist Jonathan Rossiter explains how this special swimming machine, which uses a microbial fuel cell to neutralize algal blooms and oil slicks, could be a precursor to biodegradable, autonomous pollution-fighting robots.

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