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float into the atmosphere for tasks like environmental monitoring. Microfliers could be dispersed by drone to monitor atmospheric data These fliers, which range in size from around 40mm across ...
The fact that the microfliers can be built in the same setup as any other common microchip is a large bonus. In the interest of creating devices that can monitor the environment, the researchers ...
Featured on the cover of the September 23rd edition of Nature, these “microfliers” are roughly the ... miniaturized electronic devices to sense the environment for contamination monitoring, population ...
Winged microchip is smallest-ever human-made flying structure: The size of a grain of sand, dispersed microfliers could monitor air pollution, airborne disease and environmental contamination.
Scientists say the ‘microfliers’ could monitor air pollution, airborne disease and environmental contamination. The tiny device does not have a motor or engine. Instead, it catches flight on ...
Scientists say the 'microfliers' could also be used to monitor air pollution and environmental contamination at scales not previously possible. There is no motor involved - the tiny device works ...
Some microfliers were designed to spin like ... the question of whether they will actually benefit environmental monitoring campaigns is still up in the air, says Scott Weichenthal, an ...
Scientists envision that these microfliers, when equipped with wee sensors for measuring environmental conditions, could monitor pH, test for heavy metals or assess hazards like chemical spills ...
Sensors fitted to the microfliers include those capable ... The devices could be used to monitor the environmental impact of chemical spills, or track levels of air pollution at different altitudes.
The size of a grain of sand, dispersed microfliers could monitor air pollution, airborne disease, and environmental ...
The microfliers comprise two parts ... that large numbers of devices could be dropped from a plane or building and broadly dispersed to monitor environmental remediation efforts after a chemical spill ...