Hey, GBA Temp, I've got more science news just for you (Should I start giving these a stupid, kitschy title like Tech Tidbits?). Source Basically, these scientists have made a prototype robot that move through tight spaces like an octopus or a starfish. While this seems to be merely an experimental "Hey, let's see if we can even do this" attempt on the part of the scientists, there are similar projects out there that aim to create robots that can find and rescue those trapped under rubble; I wouldn't be surprised if it was eventually adapted for that. Even if isn't, I'd like to see what other applications are found for this technology. Any ideas?