Tiny, Robotic Bees Could Change the World | National Geographic

Robert Wood, a National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer and award-winning engineer, is working on entirely new classes of robots—including a fleet of tiny, robotic bees—that may one day transform space exploration, agriculture, and search-and-rescue operations.
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