Lobsters Could Help Develop Better Mine Detection Devices - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Researchers from the University of Florida are developing a new technology inspired by a lobster’s sense of smell, that will be used to detect land mines and other explosives for removal in the field. Lobsters use two hairy antennules, which have neurons that give off an electrical pulse to detect and locate the source of smells.



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