Disposable drone turns into a pile of sugar when it’s finished flying
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Businesses are increasingly looking towards drones for quick and easy delivery of goods to consumers, and we've already seen them put to use to send beer to festivalgoers or even emergency medical supplies in speedy times. Now a group of researchers has developed a biodegradable drone made out of mushrooms, that decomposes naturally if it breaks in an unreachable location or doesn't need returning. Created by a team of students, graduates and scientists at Stanford, Brown and Spelman College, the drone was an entry into this year's International Genetically Engineered Machine competition. The main body of the drone is made…
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