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  • Eva Wandke

    IF YOU SEE THIS BUG, DON'T KILL IT! The University of North Carolina recently announced that they had success with a project that allowed scientists to control the movement of cockroaches. The project, which specifically uses Madagascar hissing cockroaches, involves the placement of a sort of technological backpack on the cockroach’s back that connects to the body with wires.

  • Nancy Stephens-king

    Researchers from NC State have developed a technique that uses an electronic interface to remotely control, or steer, cockroaches. um... Why?

  • Bob van Leeuwen

    Researchers have shown off a 'cyborg' cockroach they can control remotely. The chip gives signals to the bug sensors he uses to detect motion in the surrounding air. The cyborg will be used to find people, for example after an earthquake. The advantage to a traditional robot is that cockroaches are smaller and can get into smaller places.

  • David Poole

    A Cyborg Cockroach? Popular Science

  • Tony John Garcia

    Remote Controlled Cockroaches. Seriously. Cyborg cockroaches may be emergency responders - Yahoo! News

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