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Row-bot cleans dirty water and powers itself by eating microbes | Gizmag

curated by | November 17, 2015

The Row-Bot, is a water-cleaning robot prototype that sucks in dirty water, “eats” the microbes it scoops up in its mouth, then breaks them down in its artificial stomach to create energy to power itself. In this way, it generates enough power to continuously impel itself about.

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