MIT staff have learned “programming” pasta
Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of technology are engaged not only in developments in the field of robotics and electronics, but also in the field of modernization of the food industry. Not long ago, during a conference of the Association for computing machinery in Denver, they introduced a new type of paste, which can be “programmed” in such a way that when released into water the product will be able to take any form.
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