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Bug flight and form inspires engineers to develop minescule and complex robots.
Scientists are genetically modifying mosquitos to stop the spread of Zika and Malaria
Scientists are outfitting bugs with computer controlled equipment, making them ideal for bomb detection as well as search & rescue efforts.
MIT researchers have found a way to use chitin in the exoskeleton of bugs as a 3D printing material
ISS just recently consumed the first lettuce ever grown in space. With limited space and water, bugs are ideal for farming in a confined spacecraft.
The design of this cricket module is just one example of the beautiful and creative structures humans have developed solely from their bug-inspired ideas.
Maggot Therapy has been used since antiquity, and now is making a comeback in the medical field, proving to be faster and more effective than state-of-the-art surgical equipment in cleaning wounds.