UK Tests Chemical Agent Detection Drones

LONDON—Britain’s Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) has been testing unmanned air and ground vehicles that can sniff out chemical contamination and reduce the risk to humans. As part of the £3 million ($4 million), two-year Project Minerva, co-funded by the UK defense ministry and the...

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