Side Effects: The Snails of War, and Other Robotics Experiments
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Side Effects: The Snails of War, and Other Robotics Experiments

Grenoble : France | Mar 20, 2012 at 5:54 PM PDT
Source: The New York Times
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Both are early experimental forays in a new line of research aimed at creating tiny, self-powered animal/machine hybrids as an alternative to tiny robots. Instead of starting from scratch and having to solve all those pesky movement problems that plague roboticists, some researchers have asked,... FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times
 
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