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Neato ScienceNews Article: Robobees

Susan Gaidos’ detailed ScienceNews article, “Into the Fold (29 Nov.), tells the story of the development of a tiny, origami-like robot, or robobee, that unfolds like an image in a child’s pop-up book. Pretty neato.

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Bubble Bots

I first saw this story on the “Life’s Little Mysteries” website (part of the LiveScience family of blogs & news outlets). Engineers Wenqi Hu, Kelly S. Ishii, and Aaron T. Ohta at the University of Hawaii at Manoa have created tiny robots made … Continue reading

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