Sarah Bergbreiter: Why I make robots the size of a grain of rice

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By studying the movement and bodies of insects such as ants, Sarah Bergbreiter and her team build incredibly robust, super teeny, mechanical versions of creepy crawlies … and then they add rockets. See their jaw-dropping developments in micro-robotics, and hear about three ways we might use these little helpers in the future.

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Sarah Bergbreiter: Why I make robots the size of a grain of rice

Sarah Bergbreiter: Why I make robots the size of a grain of rice
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