Scientists Develop Plant-inspired Device That Adapts To The Environment.

credit :  social media

Living organisms have always kickstarted lots of new innovative technical designs.

credit :  social media

putting scientists on the hunt for the next big thing! This time, it was the clover plant (Oxalis corniculata). 

credit :  social media

Engineering experts at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) have created an origami microfluidic system

credit :  social media

 that can adapt to changes in the environment, such as temperature, light intensity, and humidity. 

credit :  social media

The device‚Äôs responsive movement follows the preset origami folds thanks to its foldable design. 

credit :  social media

This ground-breaking engineering concept was featured on the cover of Science Advances.

credit :  social media

 The research team was supervised by Professor Anderson Ho Cheung Shum and led by Dr Yi Pan.

credit :  social media

  from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at HKU.

credit :  social media

To underscore the tight connection between its change and the origami structure.

credit :  social media

Read Our More Articles

CLICK HERE