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3-D X-ray Provides Detailed Images of How Living Insects Movei
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George Putic
June 11, 2014 2:54 PM
The mechanics of insects’ bodies has long intrigued scientists and engineers, as it can often be applied in robotics. German researchers have now developed a 3-D X-ray machine that can look inside living insects for a detailed picture of how they move, as they move. VOA’s George Putic has the story.

3-D X-ray Provides Detailed Images of How Living Insects Move

George Putic

Published June 11, 2014

The mechanics of insects’ bodies has long intrigued scientists and engineers, as it can often be applied in robotics. German researchers have now developed a 3-D X-ray machine that can look inside living insects for a detailed picture of how they move, as they move. VOA’s George Putic has the story.


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