A team of scientists from Johns Hopkins University have set a rather unique record – they’ve used a fixed-wing drone to fly medical samples farther than any drone has ever done before. The Latitude Engineering HQ-40 aircraft transported human blood samples across 161 miles (259 km) of Arizona desert.
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