Can insects be spares? 2

Continued research

Then the colleagues of Maharbiz found a muscle-sclerite, who alone was responsible for managing the flight. Having modeled the insect on a special installation, it was possible to increase the accuracy of control – and not at the level of direct impact, but, roughly speaking, guiding the “thoughts” of the beetle with physiological effects. Now, scientists lack feedback from insect sensory systems for precise control, but this is already being decided.

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