Scientists make jellyfish swim faster to prepare for deep-sea exploration

Scientists make jellyfish swim faster to prepare for deep-sea exploration

Scientists from Cal Tech and Stanford University report progress in using implant like a pacemaker to control jellyfish swimming and to speed them up. Jellyfish use less energy to swim than other sea animals or robots. They also can travel to ocean depths. Scientists are working to use them for ocean exploration. They report that jellyfish do not have pain receptors or a central nervous system.

Josh
Josh
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As long as there isn't any genetic modification and the mechanism has a limited life span this seems to be a great way to learn about the least understood frontier of man.

Tsila Noitan (Backer)
Tsila Noitan (Backer) 1 months

I'm not OK with this

Grand Ol Propaganda
Grand Ol Propaganda 1 months

saywha?!

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