Robo-rats! More than meets the eye!

What a strange and wonderous thing we have here, and what potential for espionage.

Check it out here:
http://news.independent.co.uk/world/science_medical/story.jsp?story=291019

It doesn’t transform. :frowning:

I give up. What doesn’t transform?

Re: the OP - the part about mind-controlled prosthetics sounds wonderful.

On the other hand, one has to wonder, if one can get rats to do things by remote control, what could you get a human to do with a few wires in the right places?

Read the topic title again, Doubting Robert.

Yeah, rjung, but I bet with a little practice we can get them to whip up some energon cubes for us.

But hey, between rats/mice and birds this would make the most incredible spy network known to man.