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Killer cyborgs with superhuman strength move a step closer after scientists combine muscles made from living tissue with a machine

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May 31, 2018

Human-robot hybrids could be in the pipeline as Japanese scientists have succeeded in merging muscle fibres with a robotic skeleton.

Previous attempts at this have been short-lived and prone to failure.

A new study took a different approach and grew the muscles from scratch, instead of taking a muscle that had grown inside an animal.

This discovery could pave the way for superhuman cyborgs, but scientists say larger-scale applications are at least a decade away.

The cross-over project is a breakthrough in the field of biorobotics, as it uses fully-functioning skeletal muscle tissue.

A common issue facing scientists before was that the muscles had a tendency to lose their strength and shrink.

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