Fruit flies that can't take flight compensate by sleeping more, according to a new study that could shed light on why some people sleep more than others.
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The way a mosquito uses its wings to make special sounds to attract a mate could lead to ways to build quieter drones, researchers say.
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The way insects land upside down in the blink of an eye could inspire the next generation of robots, researchers say.
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The muscles in bats’ wings are much cooler than the muscles in their core. The finding could one day enhance our understanding of human muscle.
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Hummingbird robots that learn from A.I. could one day maneuver through tight spaces where even drones can't go.
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