Curiosity Daily Podcast: How Scientists Teleported Fish Behavior

Learn about why cancer is stranger than we think and how scientists have “teleported” the behavior of real fish into robot fish.

October 07, 2020

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Scientists "teleported" the real-time behavior of a real fish onto a robot fish by Grant Currin

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