Gauging distance with one eye is tricky. That also applies to robots with one camera and to bees with eyes set right next to each other. By understanding more precisely how drones land, researchers have now also gained more insights into bee behaviour. Guido de Croon of the Micro Air Vehicle lab at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering published on this topic last January.
‘Let’s get child mortality rates are just as low in Africa as they are in the Netherlands’. With these rousing words, Tim Cheung concluded his presentation of several months of research conducted together with five fellow students. Their BabyShell project won the EEMCS students the first prize of €5,000 in this year’s Damen Bachelor Awards, […]