Researchers have built tiny microdrones capable of tugging open a door 40 times their weight. They took inspiration from predatory wasps, which can drag large prey along the ground. One researcher said the technology could be adapted for more complex tasks such as moving debris or retrieving objects from disaster […]
The Australian Defence Force this morning committed $100 million towards buying a fleet of small surveillance drones. The Wasp AE drones are small enough to be carried, assembled and used by one person: The government would not say how many drones were being purchased, but the Sydney Morning Herald reports […]
And leaves healthy cells alone.
It's been named the bone-house wasp.