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Cyborg Insects: Now Nuclear Powered

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By Evan Ackerman

Even if you’ve got a micro air vehicle that provides its own power for thrust, like a Rhinoceros beetle with an implanted optical lobe stimulation controller, you still need power for the communication system itself. One ideal solution is to try and harvest electricity from the insect, but a more realistic approach (at the moment) might be a dependable long-life battery, and nothing is more dependable and long-life and potentially dangerous than a nuclear battery.

Don’t worry, it’s not at all dangerous…

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6 responses to “Cyborg Insects: Now Nuclear Powered”

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    I'm just picturing this beetle at about the size of a building. Scary!

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