Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Sugar-covered GPS chips for roach nest detection

Nanotechnology is making progress. Now the smallest GPS trasmitters are small enough to be ingested by roaches. Nest detection is then very easy with a cigarrette-box sized detector.

Experiments are being conducted with rats, mice, hornets, inguinal lice and other bugs. Different flavours and colours help the GPS bugs look more attractive to bugs.

As expected, roaches prefer sugar, while mice die for cheese.

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