These tiny cockroach-shaped robots can monitor the state of our environment

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By Courtesy of RIKEN In Japan, researchers have unveiled a strange electronic insect, capable of moving around in any natural environment, with the help of an integrated remote control module and solar battery. The idea is to be able to entrust these tiny robots with environmental monitoring missions in places that are very difficult to access. In Japan, researchers have unveiled a strange electronic insect, capable of moving around in any natural environment, with the help of an integrated remote control module and solar battery. The idea is to be able to entrust these tiny robots with enviro…

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