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October 4 2012
Honey bee brains could soon be helping robots act more independently.
The way that bees smell and see is being studied in a £1m project to produce a simulation of the insect's sensory systems.
The simulated bee brain will then be used by a flying robot to help it make decisions about how to navigate safely.
Robots that emerge from the research project could help in search and rescue missions or work on farms mechanically pollinating crops.
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