Robotic insect: world’s smallest flying robot makes first flight



Scientists at Harvard University have created a flying robot that can sit on a fingertip. Inspired by the biology of a fly, the robot is able to perform the agile movements of an insect.

Researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) put a decade’s work into developing the penny-sized robot, before it took off for the first time.

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