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  3. Nature, But Make it Artificial: Scientists are Making 'Robo-Plants,' By Fusing Tech  News18
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Researchers in Singapore linked up plants to electrodes capable of monitoring the weak electrical pulses naturally emitted by the greenery.

#TECH: Rise of the 'robo-plants', as scientists fuse nature with tech | New Straits Times

NTU Singapore scientists develop plant 'communication' device

A recent study shows that remote-controlled Venus flytrap 'Robo-plants' and crops that alert farmers when they are struck by disease could become a reality.A recent study shows that remote-controlled Venus flytrap 'Robo-plants' and crops that alert farmers when they are struck by disease could become a reality.

Venus Flytrap Robo-Plants Enables Farmers to Determine Problems With Crops at Early Stage | Science Times

In Singapore, researchers have attached plants to electrodes that are able to detect the weak electrical signals that plants naturally emit.In Singapore, researchers have attached plants to electrodes that are able to detect the weak electrical signals that plants naturally emit.

Researchers Attach Plants To Electrodes To Detect Weak Electrical Signals

SINGAPORE, April 7 — Remote-controlled Venus flytrap “robo-plants” and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation. Researchers in Singapore linked up plants to electrodes capable of...SINGAPORE, April 7 — Remote-controlled Venus flytrap “robo-plants” and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation. Researchers in Singapore linked up plants to electrodes capable of...

Rise of the ‘robo-plants’, as Singapore scientists fuse nature with tech | Singapore | Malay Mail

"Robo-plants," remote-controlled Venus flytrap, and crops that aids agriculturists detect when they are hit by disease could come to reality after researchers produced a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation."Robo-plants," remote-controlled Venus flytrap, and crops that aids agriculturists detect when they are hit by disease could come to reality after researchers produced a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.

Scientists Combine Nature with Tech to Produce Venus Flytrap 'Robo-Plant' | Nature World News

Remote-controlled Venus flytrap "robo-plants" and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.Remote-controlled Venus flytrap "robo-plants" and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.

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Remote-controlled Venus flytrap ’robo-plants’ and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.Remote-controlled Venus flytrap ’robo-plants’ and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.

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Remote-controlled Venus flytrap robo-plants and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with...Remote-controlled Venus flytrap robo-plants and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with...

Rise of the ‘robo-plants’: Scientists fuse nature with tech

Remote-controlled Venus flytrap "robo-plants" and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.Remote-controlled Venus flytrap "robo-plants" and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.

Scientists develop a high-tech system that helps human communicate with vegetation - GulfToday

The tech is still new, but it could be used to build The tech is still new, but it could be used to build

Scientist develop tech that communicates with crops, finds out when they get sick- Technology News, Firstpost

Remote-controlled Venus flytrap “robo-plants” and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation. Researchers in Singapore linked up plants to electrodes capable of monitoring the weak electrical pulses naturally emitted by the greenery.Remote-controlled Venus flytrap “robo-plants” and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation. Researchers in Singapore linked up plants to electrodes capable of monitoring the weak electrical pulses naturally emitted by the greenery.

Rise of the ‘robo-plants’ as Singapore scientists fuse nature with tech | Phnom Penh Post