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(NECN: Boston, Mass.) - You've probably heard of art imitating life, but how about technology imitating biology? If you look at nature, you'll see really unique abilities. Scientists are looking to take those abilities and transform them into robots. <a href="http://www.mos.org" target="_blank">Click here to visit the museum's Web site.</a> Joining NECN for a discussion from the Museum of Science in Boston is Casey Kute from Carnegie Mellon University.