As bee populations dwindle, robot bees may help pick up some of their pollination slack

Thursday, February 9, 2017 - 14:31 in Mathematics & Economics

One day, gardeners might not just hear the buzz of bees among their flowers, but the whirr of robots, too. Scientists in Japan say they’ve managed to turn an unassuming drone into a remote-controlled pollinator by attaching horsehairs coated with a special, sticky gel to its underbelly. The system,...

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