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Topic - Kevin Y. Ma
Harvard scientists have succeeded in building a flying robot insect, smaller than a penny and weighing less than one-tenth of a gram -- it took them 12 years and the robot is powered and controlled by a wire from a base station.
Prof. Wood and Mr. Ma, along with Pakpong Chirarattananon and Sawyer B. Fuller, wrote the "Science" paper.