Our lead INSIDER story today focused on a twining robotic gripper that its inventor says is especially effective at grabbing thin objects like pencils, paintbrushes, and even a straightened paperclip.

"Applications might include selecting and packaging agricultural products that require a soft touch such as plants and flowers, surgical robotics, or selecting and holding research samples in fragile glass tubes during experiments," Prof. Mable Fok told us in this week's Q&A.

What do you think? Would You Use a 'Twining' Robotic Gripper?

What do you think?