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Termite-inspired robot.

Contributed by: Justin Werfel, Harvard University, USA.
Credit: Eliza Grinnell,
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

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Two closely spaced laser lines can be used for the generation of stable microwaves. Li J. et al. (2014). Science 345, 309-313.
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