Leah Burrows


Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


Science and Technology Communications Officer


Latest Posts

Control of atomic vacancies with sound waves could improve communications and offer new control for quantum computing

Using sound to test devices, control qubits

Rotational multimaterial printing of helical filaments for soft robotics and structural composites

Multimaterial 3D printing with a twist

Jellyfish-like soft gripper mimics the mechanics of curly hair

Tentacle robot can gently grasp fragile objects

Device opens the door to applications in optical communications, sensing, and the search for exoplanets

New on-chip frequency comb is 100x more efficient

Resilient robot teams juggle competing priorities without deadlock

Resilient robots

Inflatable actuators use origami principles to deform in intricate ways

Complex motions for simple actuators