Manufacture Your Own Biodegradable Drone

Manufacture Your Own Biodegradable Drone

The Stanford-Brown-Spelman iGEM Team explored a way to manufacture a bio-inspired unmanned aerial vehicle

Leah Gonzalez
  • 4 february 2015

A team of students from Stanford University, Brown University and Spelman College developed a working prototype of a biological drone that can safely degrade into the environment when it crashes – reducing potentially damaging effects another layer of high-flying, easily crash-able tech can have on the environment.

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