AnimalsJapanScience ArticlesTechnology Now Cockroach will work in rescue missions to save human lives, scientists by News Line September 24, 2022 written by News Line September 24, 2022 18 views 18 Now Cockroach will work in rescue missions to save human lives, scientists Japanese scientists have found a way to save human lives by using cockroaches. According to the report of a foreign news agency, Japanese scientists have developed a device that can be installed on the back of a cockroach. With this device, cockroaches will be able to help us in rescue missions. For example, if people are buried under the rubble after an earthquake or any other natural disaster, then hundreds of cockroaches can be released there, which will enter the rubble even through a small hole with this device developed by scientists. According to scientists, these cockroaches can also be instructed to turn right or left through the device and remote. How will this device be charged? Now the question arises here how these devices can be charged? Scientists have glued a solar film on the body of a cockroach that is three times thinner than a human hair to meet its energy needs. Japanese scientists say it is made so thin that the cockroach can move easily. Now the new challenge for the scientists is to make this device smaller so that the cockroaches have to carry less weight and also install cameras and sensors in it to facilitate rescue missions. Animals 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post James Webb Space Telescope sends back never seen before images of Neptune next post Photo of Queen Elizabeth’s grave – See here Related Posts How to Boost Company Morale with Virtual Escape Rooms? July 27, 2023 Japan’s population falls while the number of foreign residents rises... July 26, 2023 James Webb Space telescope Detects Supermassive Black Hole July 17, 2023 How to save Electricity bill? 5+ Electricity Bill Saving Tips July 15, 2023 Is OpenAI’s ChatGPT generating false information? Probe launched July 14, 2023 Meta launches Threads — an app aimed to ‘kill’ Twitter July 6, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.