In the summer of 2018, a team of researchers at Cornell University in New York City were making a difference.
They had developed an artificial insect that was capable of digesting bugs and was able to live on a diet of dead bugs.
Their system was named the Insect Diet, after the way insects were originally described in the 1800s.
The team named the new insect after the insect’s favorite food, the tiny brown worms that it eats with its antennae.
Insect Diet was also named after the insects that make up its body.
The Insect Diet’s creator, University of Illinois researchers Zhenyu Wu, and her team spent two years building the system, using robots that they designed and programmed to digest insects and make a meal out of them.
“We were building a bot that could be used in a number of different environments,” Wu says.
They named the system Insect Diet because it was a robot that was designed to digest bugs.
This is what it looks like on the Insect diet.
Insects can live for up to a year in the Insect’s body.
(Zhenyu’s team also named it Insect Diet after a book, “The Insect Diet,” published in 2008.)
Wu and her colleagues designed the Insect-Diet to be able to digest almost any kind of plant or animal.
They could break down a carrot, for example, into its constituent parts, and feed them to the Insect, which would digest the carrot and return it to the bot.
The researchers even developed a system to make the Insect feed on other bugs, like moths, flies, ants, and mice.
But when they designed the system with insects, the team realized that it was not a viable approach for food for the insects.
For example, a moth that eats insects needs a high-quality diet that includes nutrients that the Insect can’t easily get.
And insects can also have difficulty digesting a high amount of proteins, which are essential for their metabolism.
The Bug Diet was designed with insects in mind, and Wu says that the team’s experience with eating insects was invaluable.
“Insects are really good at digestion,” Wu explains.
“If they could digest all the nutrients, then they’d be able, in theory, to live for a long time.”
So the team designed the Bug Diet to be a robot with specialized parts that can digest a variety of insects, and the robot can digest anything, from a mouse to a beetle.
The system has been in development for a few years now.
Wu has been able to test it out on mice, and has been using it on other kinds of insects.
But it’s still early days.
She has been building and testing the system for about three years, and she has noticed a number issues.
For one thing, it is very hard to eat a beetle, a type of bug that has a high fat content, but also a very high protein content.
So she’s not sure that it is as effective for insects as it might seem.
“There are bugs that have a high protein, and we don’t know if that’s enough,” Wu said.
“The bugs are going to die when we can’t digest the protein.”
For that reason, Wu and other researchers have been experimenting with different types of bugs and feeding them different kinds of insect-friendly food.
For instance, the Insects have been feeding them a high level of protein and then giving them the protein to digest more easily.
The bugs have been fed a diet with a high phosphorus content, which Wu says is a major drawback to the insect-eating process.
But the team is working on a system that would eliminate the phosphorus.
In addition, the bugs can’t take the protein and digest it, so they can’t be used as a source of protein for the Insect.
“I have been working with the Insect to see if there is a way to make this protein that’s more appropriate for the insect,” Wu explained.
“It’s been interesting to watch the way the bugs have developed over time.”
The Insects also have a variety the bugs are able to eat.
This has been a challenge for the team because it has been hard to get insects to eat insects with a variety in the diet.
The insects are also not able to consume the protein that is needed to digest proteins, and that protein is also difficult to digest.
“So, what we are trying to do is create a protein that we can digest in the same way as the protein we have in the human body,” Wu told The Verge.
“And so we’re going to create a robot to be like a robot and to eat those kinds of bugs.”
And in order to digest the insects, Wu says the team will have to create the robots own proteins.
The Bugs can digest the proteins that are in the insects diet, but they have to build a robot in order for it to eat the proteins.
“To make the robot, we will have the Insect eat the protein, but