vendredi 10 février 2017

Japanese scientists build tiny drone that pollinates like a bee

As concern over dwindling bee populations mounts, a team of chemists at a Japanese institution came up with a robotic solution. They designed pollinating drones: tiny machines that grab and deposit pollen in flowers. The scientists hope their drones won't utterly replace bees, but would instead take some of the pressure off the remaining pollinators should more perish. Chemists from Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology designed the little drones....

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