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  • Tiny, Sticky Insect Drones Could Be the Future of Pollination

    MATERIALS AND COST BENCHMARKING
    In Japan, researchers are working to pollinate lilies with insect-sized drones .The undersides of these artificial pollinators are coated with horse hairs and an ionic gel that’s sticky enough to pick up pollen from one flower and drop it onto another.

Semiconductors and Components

  • Tiny, Sticky Insect Drones Could Be the Future of Pollination

    APPLICATION FORECASTS AND MARKET SHARES
    In Japan, researchers are working to pollinate lilies with insect-sized drones .The undersides of these artificial pollinators are coated with horse hairs and an ionic gel that’s sticky enough to pick up pollen from one flower and drop it onto another.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Date Event Location
21-22 Feb 2017 London, United Kingdom
04-11 Mar 2017 Yellowstone, Montana
19-21 Mar 2017 Nagoya, Japan
26-30 Mar 2017 Tampa, FL
30-31 Mar 2017 Waco, Texas, USA
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