A RoboBee the size of a quarter is making waves today. It's not quite ready to start filling in for bee hives around the world, but we're okay with that. We're a little worried about the possibility of these bees turning into angry, killer robo-bees.
On today's show, we discuss how one student is using Oculus Rift and Kinect to 'hack' other people's bodies, 3D-printed birds created to protect real birds, and a Harvard researcher's RoboBee.
Australian researchers have taken inspiration from bees to develop an autonomous aircraft landing system that operates independently of outside technology.
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Australian scientists are fitting bees with tiny sensors so they can monitor and study the insects' drastically diminishing populations.
The CSIRO is fitting bees with tiny sensors so that it can monitor and study the drastically diminishing bee population.
The Subaru BRZ is already an accomplished car, but when Bee Racing gets its hands on anything, you know something incredible is going to happen.
A recent project for Dewar's whisky involved employing hordes of bees to "print" beeswax sculptures.
This wedding will be remembered for many things, but mostly because the new bride got a 3D-printed ring with an ultra-rare, honest-to-goodness lunar rock.
Harvard University researchers have conducted the first controlled flight of so-called "RoboBees," which weigh less than a tenth of a gram.