Rescue Roach? Insects Mounted With Remote-Control Chip

North Carolina State University researchers say cockroaches could be used to find disaster victims.
3:00 | 09/13/12

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It's just cringe at the side of cockroaches but in fact those little creatures could end -- saving our lives someday engineers from north Carolina state university -- -- a chip toting bug. Which they can control remote -- tiny cameras little microphones are mounted on the insect which. Could help rescuers find victims of natural disasters.

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