Singapore researchers control Venus flytraps using smartphones

Singapore researchers control Venus flytraps using smartphones

16/5/2021 3:03:00 AM

Singapore researchers control Venus flytraps using smartphones

SINGAPORE — Researchers in Singapore have found a way of controlling a Venus flytrap using electric signals from a smartphone, an innovation they hope will have a range of uses from robotics to employing the plants as environmental sensors.

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More hawker centre diners returning trays as NEA advisory period kicks in ahead of fines, warnings

SINGAPORE — More diners in hawker centres are taking the initiative to return their dirty trays as the advisory period mandating diners to do so began on Monday (June 21).