Scientists iron out the bugs to harness cyborg-roaches for rescue work
Japanese scientists create cyborg cockroaches to monitor radioactive sites
Remote-control cyborg cockroaches – part insect, part machine – have been created by Japanese scientists, who hope swarms could be used to check hazardous radioactive sites, or monitor the environment.
Part insect, part machine: Remote-control cyborg cockroaches to search radioactive zones
Madagascan cockroaches, five centimetres long, were fitted with tiny leg-control electrodes connected to backpacks containing ultrathin solar panels.
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