Award-winning — plastic-eating robo-fish is finally here to rid our waters of waste
A robot fish that filters microplastics has been created after winning a robotics contest at the University of Surrey.
Researchers in robotics make the “robo-fish” concept a reality, according to a press release published by the University on Thursday.
“Water pollution, especially plastic pollution, is a huge problem. It’s not just the ocean which suffers but rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds. This makes it a problem without a one-size-fits-all solution,” Eleanor Mackintosh, a chemistry undergrad student at the University of Surrey and the contest winner, told New Atlas.
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