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09.14.15
DARPA gives an R/C chopper the legs of a dragonfly
09.14.15

DARPA gives an R/C chopper the legs of a dragonfly

These legs will allow helicopters to land practically anywhere.

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07.31.15
Tiny robotic insect can jump on water like a strider
07.31.15

Tiny robotic insect can jump on water like a strider

Scientists from Seoul National University and Harvard University have figured out the water strider's secrets.

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12.21.14
Watch the first steps of a robot inspired by stick bugs
12.21.14

Watch the first steps of a robot inspired by stick bugs

They grow up so fast, don't they? It was just a few years ago that HECTOR the stick bug robot was...

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12.16.13
Small winged bot flies autonomously for nine minutes, still can't find a mate
12.16.13

Small winged bot flies autonomously for nine minutes, still can't find a mate

Many robots can fly, but only a few forsake rotors for more natural, if inefficient means of propu...

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05.03.13
Harvard University's robotic insect takes its first controlled flight (video)
05.03.13

Harvard University's robotic insect takes its first controlled flight (video)

There's hardly a shortage of animal inspired robots, but few are as tiny as Harvard's autonomous R...

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